Re: God's Will

"The safest place to be is the center of God's will..." I first heard this phrase in college and really liked it when I did. I still do, but not because it's theologically all-encompassing as much as its ethos is a challenging encouragement. If I were trying to just understand it, I'd think: - can you be in / out of God's will? - is there a difference between the center/ fringe of God's will? - what is the difference between the will and the call of God? - what is the difference between God's sovereignty and man's responsibility? - what is the ethos of the statement and how does that change with context? - is the energy of the statement directed toward knowledge of God or knowledge of Man?


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