everybody else put together! In the New Testament, almost everything is said by Jesus, and
He says constantly what He will do.
Christ came to fulfill the Father’s “I will.” Therefore His will is supreme.
When Jesus said, “I am willing,” to the leper, it showed what kind of will it was (Math. 8,3).
His will is good, merciful, positive. And the Bible declares God’s eternal will.
There would be little point in telling us what His will was if it weren’t the same today. We
know God by what He DOES. He is a God of activity, unlike other gods, who do nothing.
To have faith in God means to have faith in a God who acts. When God says, “I will,” it forms
a covenant. (Genesis 9:8-10) God bless you.