Before we can consider knowing the will of God we must know God Himself. His heart, His character, His purposes and His ways all make up His will. Henry Blackaby, the author of the Experiencing God study writes, “Christianity is fundamentally an interactive relationship between God and people.” That interaction is built through a realization of God’s eternal love, a willingness to trust His perfect character and a desire to fulfill His great purposes for our lives. Jesus told His disciples, “You did not choose Me, but I chose¬† you . . .” The same is true for you and I today, we have not “found God” or chosen Him; He has chased us, He has loved us, He has revelaed Himself to us and He has made a way for us to know Him. I pray that each of us would rejoice in beling loved by a God that is willing to leave the 99 to find the one that wanders and walk in the great joy of being found!