According to Ephesians 5:15-21, God wants us to know his will! Knowing his will is how we live wisely and make the best use of our days. Reading Ephesians 5:15-21 in context reveals that God wants us to know his revealed, moral will rather than his secret, comprehensive will which extends to all that happens. God's moral will tells us what kind of people to be regardless of our circumstances. God's moral will is revealed in the Bible. As we read and study the Bible, the Spirit of God fills us with the character of God so that we mature spiritually to be like Jesus. What can we do to help this process of being filled by the Spirit with the character of God? Be committed to reading and studying the Bible. Consider how you can make Bible reading a routine part of your life. If you have an established habit, consider improving your study habits by summarizing thought units, creating a bullet point outline, asking what the passage means, and only then asking how it connects to your life.