If you like to read ,here is something about “God willing”
*“James believes in a providential God. All things are ruled and controlled by this God and not by us. All things are in His hands and not ours. Leaf and blade, rain and drought, fruitful and lean years, food and drink, health and sickness, prosperity and poverty, come to us not by our own efforts but from the hands of God. Says James, “Every good and perfect gift is from above” (James 1:17).”
III Putting into Practice
A James wants the Christians of his day, he wants us, to acknowledge that God is in control. It is not enough to say or to think “the Lord willing.” As I said before, this is not some kind of magical formula that will guarantee success. We not only have to say it or think it but we also have to LIVE IT! The point is that our words and our actions must not contradict each other; what we say and what we do must be in harmony with each other; we must not be hypocrites.
B “The Lord willing.” How can we put this belief into practice? How can we live this?
First of all, in any and every situation ask yourself, “What does God want me to do? What is His will for my life?” Young people should ask this as they pick a college to go to. Young adults should ask this as they decide on marriage. We should ask this as we pick the school our children go to. We should ask this as we consider another job or look for another job. We should ask this as we consider serving on church council, the school board, city council, a committee. It isn’t only ministers and Christian school teachers who must follow the Lord’s leading and answer His call. We all must discern the will of God for our lives.
Secondly, we are to pray, pray, pray. Our asking – and that’s what we mostly do in prayer – our asking shows our total dependence upon God. Our asking is a daily reminder that we need the Lord’s blessing and leading. Ask the Lord to guide you in all your ways.*