What we want and what God wants can sometimes be two completely different scenarios. We have plans…big plans, exciting plans…but suddenly they evaporate in front of our eyes and we’re miffed. That’s when that tiny conjunction “if” comes into play, for it pits our will against God’s Will. But if we can look at that word more like Paul did…trusting the Lord to do the very best in all situations for him, rather than bristling when things didn’t work out the way he wanted, we’d be much better off. Think about this…God’s Will is His divine purpose to will and to do His good pleasure…it’s His gracious disposition towards us to do what’s the very best for us. So why wouldn’t we want God’s Will first and foremost for our lives?