God Wants To Know Your Location

by Terry Watson | March 19th, 2020
Terry Watson - Editor

Terry Watson – Editor

The tougher the battle, the greater the reward. I have often had to remind myself of this, especially when the struggles and pains in my life appear to have no end. Just as the pressure intensifies, I have learned that my determination should as well. I must remember the reason why I started and what is promised for me at the finish line. God has promised me double for my trouble.

Along my life’s journey, I have been presented with several options and avenues. I’ve had to carefully decide on which is the better path for me to travel, because not every road is connected to my purposed destination. The effects of making the wrong move can slow up the promises of God. Just as a person utilizes the assistance of a navigational system for directions while traveling in a vehicle, God expects for me to utilize the navigational system he created to direct me back to Him, ensuring that I will not encounter any unnecessary speed bumps. And that system can only be accessed through prayer and with conversations with God.

God expects for us to seek His direction at the start of our days. He wants to provide direction for our lives all throughout the day, ensuring the steps and moves we take are in alignment with His plan. It can be a very risky experience when we make moves that are not God-planned. Only by God’s grace and mercy do we survive our wrong decisions, and often we may encounter painful lessons while we are off course.

It is not like He doesn’t know where I am at. However, by checking in with God and making Him aware of my location at all times such as sharing what I am thinking and how I am feeling, and asking for His help, lets Him know that I am trusting His word.

God is fully aware of every step we take. From the beginning and where we will end. Following the map He prepared is a lot easier than traveling through life without it. God wants to know your location.

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