When it comes to knowing God's will, His Word makes many things clear. For example, we are to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and we are to love others as we love ourselves. We are to repent of our sins and believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior. However, there are many circumstances in life in which the Bible does not give specific instruction. For instance, the Bible doesn't say who to marry or where to work. When there is no instruction regarding God's will on a specific topic, the Bible provides principles that will always lead you in the right direction. Although I can't outline God's specific will for your life, God provides guidance for the journey.
The Scriptures are “living and active” in the sense that, since neither human nor divine nature changes, the Bible’s intended meaning is still relevant today (Hebrews 4:12). But its truth is absolute, no matter how relativistic our culture becomes (cf. Matthew 24:35; 1 Peter 1:24-25). So, here’s my question: Would God say you are living in alignment with his word in every dimension of your life? If not, why not? What steps do you need to take to think and live more biblically today?
You don’t have to own an island or a castle to have personal influence unimagined in previous generations. If you never serve on the Supreme Court or own your own island or castle, you can still use your gifts and abilities to stand publicly for biblical truth in ways that are uniquely yours.