I know the will of God is a huge topic. However, I’m curious whether there are others who find themselves grappling with questions similar to mine. Does God really care about every decision that I need to make? I was raised in a setting where there was a huge focus on finding the specific will that God has for your life. Almost to the extent that we were not encouraged to think much about personal interests/things we were passionate about. I’m not implying that the will of God is not important and that we should disregard our pursuit of living in His will. Rather, I’m referring to the problem of “paralysis by analysis,” as one of my friends puts it. This happens when we spend so much time trying to discern the will of God, that we end up missing opportunities and ministry needs. Several years ago, I read a book by Kevin DeYoung (Just Do Something, A Liberating Approach to Finding God’s Will). This book has greatly impacted my life, and helped me in this area. I’m curious whether others have read this book, or have some wisdom to share about finding liberty in God’s will. Do we, at times, idolize the idea of “God having a special will just for me?” To the extent that commands, already given in scripture, are not fulfilled?