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You broaden my path beneath me, so that my ankles do not turn. Psalm 18:36 NIV
You feel like you're surrounded by bad choices, that even the slightest turn could take you on the wrong path. It's like walking a tightrope. One turn of the ankle, and you're not only off track, but you're free-falling to the hard ground.
But that is not the way it's meant to be. God will "broaden my path" so I don't have to keep my eyes on my feet - instead, I'll keep my eyes straight ahead on my goal - or straight up on the One who is leading the way.
If I'm on that tightrope, it feels like a balance beam. The balance beam is a 2x4. And the 2x4? Solid ground. My steps can be sure, because He is in control, and He's made my path wider.
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Paving Rough Roads With God's Presence
This reminds me of tumbling class, where the instructor puts the beam on the floor so that the kids can build confidence. When they move to the high beam they have more trust. Plenty to ponder with today's verse.ReplyDelete
Looking at our feet rather than the goal leaves more apt to miss the mark. Great points you brought out.ReplyDelete
Yes, don't look at our feet, look at the Savior!ReplyDelete