Friday, April 13, 2012

Where Are You Going?

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller

Many echo the sentiment, “Here am I [Lord]! Send me” (Isaiah 8:6, KJV).  We would go anywhere and everywhere God wants us to—if we just knew where that was.  If you’re like me then you may have questions and you need answers.  There are no formulas for instant success, but there are Scriptural signposts to help you follow Jesus.  I encourage you to (1) keep to your roadmap, allowing the Word to guide any decision you will make.  (2) Pray, pray, and pray some more: God’s voice is your compass. (3) Journal: keep track of where you’ve been, and brainstorm ideas of where you might want to go.  (4) Seek advice from a multitude of counselors, godly men and women who have taken the road less traveled!  (5) Interpret walking by faith as proactively moving: don’t just stand and hope.  (6) Don't get sidetracked!  There are more bad routes out there than good. Again, God's voice is your compass. (7) When you do decide, no matter what, give God the glory.   

The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delighteth in his way (Psalms 37:23-24, KJV).  

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