One Way


“Trust the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.  In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path” Proverbs 3:5&6

Maybe it’s a Texas thing, but often the same street has two different names. Several do in my section of town. You can be driving down the same street and suddenly you realize you aren’t on the same one as before. But, aren’t you? One block can make a difference

I sat at the traffic light, waiting it to turn green, and pondered a moment. There are other streets that stop, then start up again. You have to zig or zag a bit to find them again. We have a few of these in my neighborhood as well.

Isn’t that the way it often is on this road we call life? It is so easy to think we are heading in the right direction, on God’s path. Then something subtle changes. We look up and see signs telling us we are headed a new way, even if we did not realize anything had changed. How did we get here and how do we get on the right path again? Or, are we still on it and yet God has changed it in some way?

I have been concentrating on the car in front of me for several miles in traffic, sort of half-dazed, and missed my turn off, haven’t you? Or been deeply distracted by a song on the radio or my passenger’s conversation. Yes, easy then to see I’ve messed up and figure out how to turn around.

But life can be more subtle than that.

How can we know we are on the correct path, even if it seems to have changed names?

By letting someone else drive…

Jesus, take the wheel.

By Julie Cosgrove
Used by Permission

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Further Reading

•   My Search for Inner Peace – by Eva Reinhart
•  Afraid of Being called a ‘Religious Fanatic” – Norm Brown’s story
•  Salvation Explained

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