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What Is God's Perfect Will
  
There's no such thing as God's imperfect will. The will of God is all encompassing. Your friend was blessed from God if indeed she heard His direction for her life regarding her job. Why would she want to choose any direction other than His? What people call His imperfect will is actually His enormous grace still assisting us when our own decisions have been far less than perfect. Your friend needs to take heed of His direction as there are allways consequences of poor choices.


What Is God's Perfect Will
  
There's no such thing as God's imperfect will. The will of God is all encompassing. Your friend was blessed from God if indeed she heard His direction for her life regarding her job. Why would she want to choose any direction other than His? What people call His imperfect will is actually His enormous grace still assisting us when our own decisions have been far less than perfect. Your friend needs to take heed of His direction as there are allways consequences of poor choices.


Why To Give Life To Christ
  
God desires everyone be saved, however He gives free choice, therefore not everyone will be saved. It's important to teach the youth by giving their lives to Christ, they are saved from God's wrath and eternal hell. The wrath being because of mankind's original sin in following satan. God's wrath was only appeased by the willing, loving sacrifice of Christ, who being sinless, died for our sins. If we accept Christ's sacrifice, we are saved. Christ stated, He is the only way to the Father.


Personal Relationship With Jesus
  
To have a personal relationship with Jesus is a most blessed thing, and requires first that you are born again. Then He promises never to leave or forsake us. Yes you can have an intimate relationship with the Lord by Him talking to us, sometimes through the Scriptures, sometimes through other Christians and sometimes through direct personal guidance of His Spirit within us.



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