Daily Devotions

Divine guidance (1)

July 17, 2017

“He…sends them in the right direction.”

Ps 25:8 TM

Throughout Scripture God talked to ordinary people, and He’ll talk to you too! He told Abraham when to leave home (See Ge 12:1), and Jacob when to go back home (See Ge 31:3). He told Elijah where to find food in the middle of a famine (See 1Ki 17:1-5). On two different occasions He stopped Paul from walking through what appeared to be a door of opportunity because He had something better in mind for him. The Bible says: “God is fair and just; He corrects the misdirected, sends them in the right direction. He gives the rejects his hand, and leads them step-by-step. From now on every road you travel will take you to God. Follow the Covenant signs; read the charted directions” (Ps 25:8-10 TM). Nothing is more important in life than being led by God. Other people’s input should confirm and clarify what God’s already telling you. But until you’ve heard from Him, you’ll be tempted to think other people’s ideas are God’s leading—and that can hurt you. You’re unique, and God has a unique plan and purpose for you. When you’re not sure which way to go, stand on His promise: “I’ll take the hand of those who don’t know the way, who can’t see where they’re going. I’ll be a personal guide…directing them through unknown country. I’ll be right there to show them what roads to take, make sure they don’t fall into the ditch. These are the things I’ll be doing for them—sticking with them, not leaving them for a minute” (Isa 42:16 TM). It doesn’t get any better than that!

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account_circle Rachel Sunarya

Amen.... I thank you and praise god for his guidance and protection for us. Reading this has given me strength and courage. Knowing that he will never leave us.

account_circle Latoya Henry

Amen, praise God. Reminds me how God brought my family to the U.S. (legally) leaving everything behind (jobs, cars....), not knowing what he has in store for us. But the pieces are coming together one at a time.