Both righteousness and sinfulness are results of our posture to God, our attitude to the Almighty. The depth of our desire to serve God determines whether we walk in righteousness or stumble in sinfulness.
From the beginning of time God has wanted the heart of mankind. He wants us to call on Him and come to Him in prayer, to seek His will, and trust Him in all things. When we do, He is always available to us, longing for all to look to Him and live. His arms are always open to any who will turn to Him. He is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance
What are you bumping into along life’s journey? Turn on the light of the word of God.
We don’t always have to know where the road leads as long as we know it is the right road. While we are “in the way” our Lord has commissioned us to go we must have the faith to take that first step and then, one step at a time, expect our Lord to show us His will about the next step.
As we seek to make daily life decisions the key question is NOT, “Is this solution good for me?” The key question is, “Is Jesus in it?” In other words, instead of seeking “a solution”, we seek Jesus for He alone has the RIGHT solution.
Jehovah comforts whom Jehovah enlightens.
As we go about our lives, making decisions about finances, health, relationships, employment, education and family (to name a few) let us call on our God, let us seek His face, let us search out His will. Life is a struggle and we can’t see all the dangers ahead; it is difficult to know what choices to make. Truly, we have no hope of surviving on our own. But God is faithful: if we live by faith He will make our feet like hinds’ feet so that our steps are assured and we can escape to safety. If we trust in God, He will make our feet surefooted so that we can escape the wiles of the devil.
None of us earn the right to be used by God in any way. God chooses the job He wants us to do based solely on the plan he ordained for us BEFORE we were born, not on any humanly obtained qualifications.
The key to experiencing the Good Hand of God upon me is to discover His will for me and to walk in it.
…when God sends us, when we are walking in His will, He will give us the words we need to say.