I Will, Will You? According to Webster Dictionary the meaning of the words I Will, means a plan to do something in the future. The plan can be something as basic as planning to go shopping for food and household items. The plan could be a more important plan where an individual writes out a will, in the event of their untimely death to leave instructions on how they want their belongings distributed. The plan could be one that comes with challenges, when an individual has an interest to change their behavior and attitude towards others. Whichever level or complexity of the plan, it means to act in the future.
The plan to go shopping for food and household items, could be expressed when an individual may say, “I will go shopping when I get off from work.” The plan to write out instructions to indicate how to distribute one’s belongings, in that instance a document is prepared, to make sure their wishes are followed. The document may start with, “I Will to.” In the last example when an individual wants to make a change in their character that individual will work to improve how they react and treat others. They become more conscious of their actions and reactions. The way to accomplish the plan to change, often comes with help, sometimes delivered to them in messages or training.
The I Will statements made in the bible are promises from God, meaning that he has planned to act in the future. It reads in scripture, John 14:3 “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.’ The basis of I Will, Will You? is simply a plan to do something. Meaning that I Will do something and asking Will You do the same. I Will, Will You, is a statement that is made to let others know that we can do things because of Christ, not despite of. Depending on the individual that hears the words I Will, Will You, the meaning could be misunderstood, taken out of context, or misconstrued, leaving one to believe the words mean that the power to do something is coming from the individual themselves. The words I Will, Will You? are not implying that a plan without Christ will be successful.
It is important to remember that a plan without the power of Christ is useless, I Will, Will You?