The difference between my will and God’s Will

This is another email that I wanted to pass along.  It describes many of the topics that we have discussed during our group.  Ultimately, the greatest happiness and joy that we can attain, is from choosing to align our will with God’s Will and to do His Will always, one day at a time.

“The difference between my will and God’s Will is that my will starts out easy and gets hard, and God’s Will starts out hard and gets easy.”

A perfect example of this quote is the program itself. My will told me it was much easier to keep partying and doing what I was doing, then to work the program and the Steps. Of course, my will may have appeared easier at first, but oh how hard that path was. By contrast, God’s Will for me was to recover, and though it was hard at first my life is infinitely better and life truly is easier.

The main problem with my will is that it is first and foremost about me. It tricks me into believing that if I take care of my wants first, then I’ll be able to help another — of course I usually find out that my wants are insatiable, and I quickly become lost in their demands.
God’s Will, on the other hand, is usually about helping others and with what’s right for all concerned — the whole picture in which I am just part. While this seems backwards to me at times, I always find out that when I’m able to surrender to God’s Will, my real wants and needs are met and exceeded in ways I never could have imagined.

These days it’s easier for me to differentiate between my will and God’s Will, and more and more I’m able to make the right choice. Ultimately, it’s about being comfortable in my own skin, and only choosing God’s Will guarantees me that. The Wisdom of the Rooms

From: Justloveaudio.com

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