I am willing to take a journey, but what if I take the wrong path? What if I don’t know where God wants me to go or what he wants me to do? These questions are in our minds when we contemplate obedience and faithfulness to the journey. Most days, we aren’t able to determine the journey’s direction, much less the final destination. So how do we know where to go? Scripture is clear on one thing—if we love God’s Word, if we spend time reading and meditating on it each day, we will know where to go. Loving God’s Word causes us to hate wrong paths (119:104). 119:105 says God’s Word is a light for our steps. The light may not illumine the path miles down the road, but it lights just enough for you and me to take the next step.
PRAY for people groups around the world who do not have the Bible in their own language. Over a billion people on the planet are still without a Bible. Pray for God to reveal himself to them in a supernatural way. Pray for resources to put God’s Word in their hands. (Check out theseedcompany.org for more information about Bible translation and for specific prayer requests).
Posted on Mon, December 14, 2015
by First Baptist Church