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Going Not knowing?

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Apparently, the experts on all thing ‘Men’ say that men find it difficult to ask for directions – especially when they are lost driving the wife or family to a very important meeting, a vacation destination or anywhere for that matter.

I don’t really know if it is a man thing, but some suggest that men feel less manly asking for directions. I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t bother me at all, to stop at a gas station and just simply ask for help. I rather do that than drive around wearing my ego on my shoulder acting as if I know where I am going.

Fortunately, technology has given us Garmin, Magellin, Furuno, TomTom, iCOM, Lowrance, RayMarinem DeLorme GPS devices to help us navigate around and be able to reach our destination and not get lost.

These devices also assure us that no matter where you are,  if you miss your turn, you can rest assured that your device is going to recalculate your place to set you right back on track. You will hear that voice – ‘Recalculating, Recalculating.’

Having a GPS device in your car is like having your heavenly Father’s constant guidance in your life. He guides us, directs us, leads us and helps us navigate our way through obstacles and turbulent times.

He helps us go through the valleys of life, pass through the raging waters of life, making every crocked path straight to help us stay on the right path and make the best decisions for our future.

Even when we lose our way, he sets us right back on track.

Whether you acknowledge it or not, we all need directions to safely get to our destination. And your heavenly Father has promised to be there for you. Don’t freak out if you miss a turn, it is not  the end of the world. Just listen for his voice. You will ‘hear a voice behind saying, ‘this is the way walk in it’.”

Start the journey today!


Read More: Psalm 107:7; Deuteronomy 32:10-12; Isaiah 46:4; Psalm 23:3; Psalm 23:4; Isaiah 58:11; Psalm 48:14; Job 36:22

This entry was posted in: Leadership


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