This Sunday we are going to be discussing what it means to do God's will from Mark 3. This topic has created a plethora of Christian books and more questions than answers at times. Jesus did not intend for doing the will of the Father to be that difficult. Our tendency is to wait for our emotions to sway us, an experience to validate our opinions, or to seek out advice (that might not be biblical). For those who determine God's will based upon they have a peace about it, this is an interesting blog that addresses this line of thinking.
Stuart Scott lays (professor at Southern Seminary) lays out a helpful outline for making biblical decisions (or following God's will).
Here it is: