What if God Asked You to Do Something?


What if God asked you to do something?

Would you do it?


Would you ask for a better time table? (Like this guy – Matthew 8:21-22)

Would you make excuses? (Like Moses – Exodus 4:1-16)

Would you balk and get angry? (Like Naaman – 2 Kings 5:10-12)

Would you run away? (Like Jonah – Jonah 1:1-3)

Would you keep asking for signs until you were sure He was asking you? (Like Gideon – Judges 6:36-40)

Would you say no? (Like Peter – John 13:6-8)

Would you explain why it couldn’t be done? (Like Jesus’ Disciples – Luke 9:12-14)

The truth is, God is asking you to do something.  It is very likely that you know exactly what it is.  You sense it.  You feel it.  You may have been avoiding it, but you know it.

What if you were to just …do it?

Maybe you would:

Catch more than ever before. (Like these guys – John 21:6)

Set many people free. (Like Moses – Exodus 12:50-51)

Find healing.  (Like Naaman – 2 Kings 5:13-14)

See a nation restored. (Like Jonah – Jonah 3)

Win against incredible odds. (Like Gideon – Judges 7:7-9)

Discover a deep sense of belonging. (Like Peter – John 13:8-9)

Experience a miracle. (Like Jesus’ Disciples – Luke 9:14-17)

Regardless, you’ll experience and know God more deeply and fully if you obey.

What if God asked you to do something?  

…What if you actually did it?



4 thoughts on “What if God Asked You to Do Something?

  1. Hi there. I only found your blog because of your letting me know on sxc that you used my Wong Way photo. Got to say, I’ve read through a bunch of posts, and ‘well done’. I love your content and clarity in conveying it. May God be glorified and people drawn closer to Him through your blog!!

    Shirley from New Zealand

  2. Hi, Shirley!

    Thanks for providing the photo (I’m sure I’ll be using more in the future) and for the kind words!

    I enjoyed seeing (via your blog) what you’re up to on the high seas. Looks like an amazing adventure you’re on there.

    Keep up the great work and God bless!

  3. Yes, I would not hesitate to do something God asked me to do, because if I hesitate even for a second then I don’t believe in him.

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