The Lord directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives. Though they stumble, they will never fall, for the Lord holds them by the hand. (Psalm 37:23-24, NLT)
Every driver hates traffic congestion, especially under scorching sun, or during rush hour, and/or when running late for appointment. We often plan the journey (being mindful of alternative route(s))…and to make life bit more easier, tom-tom could prompt us to divert. To most of us, live navigation system guides us throughout the day even when we don’t know the next destination.
If you use the subway, bus, tram, etc…it is equally important to have information about your route before you set off in order to avoid cancelled trains, road closures, etc.
In effect You need some sort of information and/or direction to guide your mobility in life.
Projecting what has been said above, Life itself is a journey and If you don’t know where you are going (or have enough information), how would you know when you get there? Therefore you need information, direction, or guidance from Someone Who knows the future to guide you in the present. Just as we get frustrated when we get stuck in traffic because we didn’t get traffic information, we will get frustrated in life if we don’t seek God’s guidance at every step along the way.
There is a way which seems right to a man and appears straight before him, But its end is the way of death. (Proverbs 14:12, AMP)
As you begin this week, lay your plans before the Lord and pray that He guides you along the best route. Stay connected to Him throughout the journey and obey whatever He tells you. In the believer’s world, God has His angels stationed at strategic positions to help him/her so be assured that you are not alone and Help will come when you need it most. Though you may stumble, you will not fall because The Most High God, Your Father, holds your hand and Nothing shall be impossible for you.
Your week is blessed and no demon of hell has power to undo what God has already accomplished for you. Have a blessed week