God’s will is to present His Sons to the world at the end of this age. It is His wish and purpose, and it will be accomplished “in earth as it is in heaven” (see The Will of God–His Wish and Desire at https://immortalityroad.wordpress.com/2008/02/28/the-will-of-god-his-wish-his-desire/ ).
God’s will is His game plan. He will win. The Kingdom of Light will overtake and destroy the kingdom of darkness. Like Gideon’s army, He will use human beings that are weak and powerless in their own eyes. “Not many mighty” according to the flesh will He use.
His will is to magify Himself in a body of many sons and daughters. He is the Seed, and there will be a great harvest of “many sons unto glory.”
This is what the scriptures are all about–the overcoming of evil, which Yahweh created (Isa. 45:7), by humans who know they need Him to overcome the adversary the devil.
Through this victory of good over evil, He will receive great glory as He helps His body of sons and daughters do this. His name will be honored and glorified. All will know that Yahshua means Yah Is the Savior. And He shall enact what His very name means as He saves us from destruction in the latter days. Yah will deliver us out of the ashes of a smoldering world system.
Christ wanted us to think about this and pray to Yahweh with this understanding. This is why He included “the Father’s will” and how it is coming to pass in the earth as it is in heaven.
But to comprehend His will, one must understand and believe pre-destination and pre-determination. In short, they mean having a destiny lined out, determined, and known before it takes place.
Thus it is with the sons of God. Being in in His heart, their destiny is all written out in heaven before it takes place here on earth. It is scripted. The book of life has been penned in heaven. He is the “Author …of our faith (Heb. 12:2).
Many will reject this truth because it is not politically correct. It disagrees with the tenets of secular humanism, the sly opiate that dopes humans into thinking that because they exist, then they must be the center of the universe. But “my thoughts are not your thoughts,” warns Yahweh.
The apostle Paul knew that he was an apostle only because God had willed it. He starts many of his epistles saying that he is an apostle “by the will of God” (I Cor. 1:1; II Cor. 1:1; Eph. 1:1; Col. 1:1). He understood that God had ordained and pre-determined him to be “conformed to the image of His Son.”
Make no mistake about it. God’s will includes Him purposing in Himself to insure that He multiplies Himself through many offspring.
We are “the called according to His purpose. For whom he did foreknow, He also did pre–destinate to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many brethren” (Rom. 8:28-29).
His will is His purpose in the earth, which is predicated on what He wrote down in the book written before the foundation of the world. He chooses them because He knew them before, like He did the prophet Jeremiah (1:5). He gives these elect a destiny to become a son before they get here on earth.
These He calls and justifies through the cross experience. They grow up spiritually until sanctified. And finally, He glorifies them. This process of spiritual growth is encripted in several key scriptural phrases that come in “threes”: “the blade, the ear, full corn in the ear;” “children, young men, fathers;” 30, 60, and 100 fold fruit (Mt. 13).
Christ spoke plainly about the Father’s will. “And this is the will of Him who sent me, that I shall lose none of all that He has given me, but raise them up at the last day.” He promised us that He would raise us up at the last day! He would raise up God’s sons; none would be left behind; none would be forgotten, whose names were written in the book of life.
So, when we pray, Christ want us to have the Father’s will in mind about the coming of the sons of God, encapsulated by these words: “Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” KWH