Rebecca Writes offers us more on the "two wills of God" issue. She clears up why it's so easy for people to wonder about God's will and not be satisfied when they're told to do what they know God has revealed about his will. They're talking about two different things. People want to know God's sovereign will, and all God has revealed to us is his moral will (at least on the basic things about our individual lives involved in our decision-making). The problem is that God specifically hasn't revealed his sovereign will, and our desire to know that goes beyond what he wants us to know. He wants us to make our decisions based on his moral will. We may complain that his moral will doesn't tell us everything we need to know to have one absolutely right decision and everything else absolutely wrong. I don't actually think that's true. I think it just takes a lot of work to figure out which option will best serve God in the ways he's already told us we need to be thinking about serving him. He wants us to do that hard kind of thinking, basing our decisions on principles he has revealed clearly in scripture. All we need to know to do this is already revealed, and we just have to pursue better understanding of those truths, as Becky's earlier post points out.
While I'm at it, see her post on Romans 13 and submission to the government. It would be interesting to see that post turn up in the Carnival of the Cats, but it may not be the sort of thing they're looking for.