Your Will Be Done (LD 49; Matthew 6:10) | 2012 Catechism Sermons

Feb 28, 2013

Normally as people we do not want someone else to impose their will on us. If we allow someone else to impose their will this is a sign of weakness or failure on our part. Yet, in the Lord’s prayer we willingly request that the Lord’s will be done. Why would we want His will to be done instead of our will? How do we know that the Lord’s will being done is something that is positive for us? If you are curious about these questions please stay tuned to our sermon titled, “Your Will Be Done.”