“Johnnie is an author whose writing has personally touched my life.”
—Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander
“What Am I Supposed to Do with My Life?”
It’s a question we’ve all asked and if it isn’t hard enough it seems that our desires for our life and God’s are diametrically opposed, continually at odds.
But what if the question wasn’t so difficult? What if finding God’s will was easier than you thought, and what if living it brought you more joy than you ever imagined?
Highly acclaimed author and speaker, Johnnie Moore, helps you find the simple answer to one of life’s most persistent and difficult questions, “What are you supposed to do with your life?”
Herein is the great secret of the will of God: The will of God is more about who you are than where you are or what you do. You don’t find it, you become it.
So it’s time to stop making excuses, and to start turning the particular dials of history that are yours to turn.
We need you.
God has given you a dream that could change the world.
It’s your choice whether you will give it a whirl.
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About the Author
Johnnie Moore is an author and humanitarian whose adventures have taken him to more than two-dozen nations. He’s worked with genocide victims in Bosnia and Rwanda, established a sustainable agricultural project in Zimbabwe, visited the world’s largest refugee camps, and on five different occasions has worked in places that were later bombed by Islamic extremists. He is currently focused on providing immediate assistance through the Cradle Fund (www.cradlefund.org).
Table of Contents
Part 1 How Can I Find God's Will For My Life?
1 Knocking God in the Chops: Your will is at constant war with God's 3
2 Terrorists Make Good Preachers: You are custom designed for your purpose 17
3 Ceiling Fans and Little White Dogs: Should I wait on God? 31
4 Alexander the What?: Get moving, till God stops you 41
5 Forks in the Road: How to decide when both paths look good 53
6 Finding the Defibrillator: The role of prayer, sacrifice, and faith 65
7 The Crazy Guy with an Umbrella in the Dalai Lama's Town: Learning to live aware 79
Part 2 How Can I Stay Committed to God's Will for My Life?
8 Killed Twice for a Bible: How commitment is the secret to success 91
9 Fearing Loss and Killing Animals: What is commitment really? 99
10 Slaves, Nurses, and Nazis: Why is commitment so important? 109
11 Staring Down the Opposition: What's holding me backfrom commitment? 121
12 Five Steps and a Big Tree: How can I become more committed? 129
Part 3 How Would the World Look if Christians Followed God's Will?
13 The Grocery Dance: Learning to dream again 143
14 What's Holy About Not Liking Life?: How your dissatisfaction with life is good, not bad 151
15 You Are Important: What disease might you cure? 159
16 The Map: Where to go from here 167
Appendix Decision Making and the Will of God: Based upon the work of Dr. Garry Friesen 181
About the Author 201
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was an easy, informative read. I really enjoyed it. God's will is not as difficult to live out as I was making it to be. Thanks
It's a question that we have probably all asked ourselves at some point in our lives. "What am I supposed to do with my life?" If we are Christians, we will also often ask "What is God's will for my life?" Author Johnnie Moore approaches these questions in his book What Am I Supposed to Do with My Live?: God's Will Demystified. Johnnie explains that God's will should not be difficult for us to find. In fact, we should not have to search for God's will at all. God's will is more about becoming who we are supposed to be. God fashioned us to do something, to have a purpose. God's will is this purpose. In his book, Johnnie addresses how our own will is at war with God's will, why "waiting on God" is not helpful in finding God's will for us, how to make decisions when presented with different paths, making a commitment and pursuing our dreams. Johnnie's book explores what the Bible says about God's will for us and confirms very much so what the pastor at my church has been teaching for years, as Johnnie Moore says, "The will of God is more about who you are than where you are or what you do. You don't find it, you become it."