Asking God for directions?

Do you ever make wrong decisions over, and over, and over again? Ever find it hard to get things right? It seems as if no matter where you turn, you’ve made a wrong one. You find yourself retracing your steps over and over throughout the day. You try to serve God, but it seems as if you can’t get things right. There’s a simple solution.

It’s found in Proverbs 3:6. Proverbs 3:6 says, "In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths." I’m sure you have heard the verse before, but do you put the principle into practice. It’s easy to memorize scripture and recite it, or simply scan through some verses and call it "devotions," but that is not what we are called to do. We are called to allow scripture to make an impression on us. We are called to hide scripture in our heart.

Have you hidden this verse in your heart? Do you acknowledge God in all your ways?

I would like to encourage you, remember God in all of the situations in your life. Don’t separate your spiritual and your secular life. God is not restrained to your prayer life, devotions, and church time. God is in all and over all. Ask God to direct you in every decision you make. If you feel like you’ve lost your way, and you need help to get on the right track, ask God for directions. If you think you are alright and you got it from here, trust me, you’re lost. Ask God for directions. No matter where you are in life, if you go to God for guidance, you will find that He is more than willing to show you the way.

"Thus saith the LORD, thy Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel; I am the LORD thy God which teacheth thee to profit, which leadeth thee by the way that thou shouldest go" – Isaiah 48:17


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