Is God's will difficult or scary? Meditation on these beautiful quotes and images may ease your mind, and inspire you to consecrate your will to doing God's will.

Only in the perfection, harmony, and unanimity of will can the creature become as one with the Creator; and such a state of divinity is attained and maintained only by the creature's continuing to live in time and eternity by consistently conforming his finite personal will to the divine will of the Creator. Always must the desire to do the Father's will be supreme in the soul and dominant over the mind of an ascending son of God. ~ The Urantia Book, (130:4.3)

Man does not achieve union with God as a drop of water might find unity with the ocean. Man attains divine union by progressive reciprocal spiritual communion, by personality intercourse with the personal God, by increasingly attaining the divine nature through wholehearted and intelligent conformity to the divine will. Such a sublime relationship can exist only between personalities. ~ The Urantia Book, (1:7.2)

When God's Will is Your Will

"…when the Father's will becomes truly your will, then are you in very truth in the kingdom because the kingdom has thereby become an established experience in you. 

Jesus, The Urantia Book, (141:2.2)

Earthly Occupations

"And fail not to remember that the will of God can be done in any earthly occupation. 

The Urantia Book, (155:6.11)

Doing God's Will

To do the will of God... is the progressive experience of becoming more and more like God, and God is the source and destiny of all that is good and beautiful and true.

The Urantia Book, (130:2.7)

The Will of God

The will of God is the way of God, partnership with the choice of God in the face of any potential alternative. 

The Urantia Book, (130:2.7)

Secret of Survival

The imitation of God is the key to perfection; the doing of his will is the secret of survival and of perfection in survival.

The Urantia Book, (111:5.2)

God Will Prevail

"...doubt not in your own heart that the will of God will prevail in the end." 

Jesus, The Urantia Book, (178:2.3)