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Proseuche conversational-prayer is the will of God. Not many things are specified as the “will of God” in the NT like “our sanctification (a)” (b), and “doing good to silence the ignorance of foolish people” (c). Also, Jesus did say: “the will of My Father” is that “everyone who looks on the Son and has trusting-relying-faith in Him should have eternal life” (d). The only other “will of God” explicitly stated is: “Rejoice always, ongoingly be proseuchomai conversationally-praying without ceasing, ongoingly be giving thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (e). Other than the only 2 commandments of trusting-relying-faith and unconditional-love (f), Christians are called to “routinely sunesis connect-the-dots to understand what the will of the Lord is (g), because the NT simply doesn’t spell it out in hundreds of commandments like the OT does. Instead in Romans 12:2, Paul says to: “ongoingly be transformed by the renewal of your mind that by ongoing scrutiny (h) you may discern what is the will of God,” or be “trying to discern what is pleasing to the Lord” (i) – see New Covenant Ways – BT16. Now why would God call for this instead of 5000 commandments as I’ve seen some websites say there now are? <Notes> a) consecration, dedication, setting apart from the ‘unclean’ world, thus made ‘clean’ or pure, b) 1 Thessalonians 4:3, c) 1 Peter 2:15, d) John 6:40, e) 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, f) 1 John 3:23, g) Ephesians 5:17, h) dokimazo: test, examine, or discern to demonstrate or prove something is acceptable, genuine, approved, good, and approved, i) Ephesians 5:10.
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