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Life With God

opic: Life With God

Scripture Reading: Psalm 17:5-6, Psalm 119:105

Main Text
Psalm 17:5-6

'Uphold my steps in Your paths,
That my footsteps may not slip.
I have called upon You, for You will hear me, O God;
Incline Your ear to me, and hear my speech.'

A man's heart plans his way,
But the Lord directs his steps. (Proverbs 16:9)

God’s ways are higher than yours. And if you keep that truth above your planning, then You are open to go in whatever direction God leads.

Scripture reminds us that man may do the proposing, but it is God Who does the disposing. Man can make plans and have dreams, but in the end he can do no more and no less than what God intends. In the final analysis, it is always God's designs and not man's plans that are being advanced.

Ruth was a poor widow in a foreign land. She devised in her heart to glean fields – pick up scraps after the reapers – a lowly job with little future potential (Ruth 2:2). But the LORD directed her steps to the field of Boaz, a rich, single man who ended up marrying her, and they had David as their great-grandson (Ruth 2:3; 4:17).

Abraham devised a way to find a wife for Isaac, and his servant met Rebekah first. Jacob devised a way to flee from Esau, and the Lord blessed him to become rich with a large family. Joseph chose to be righteous, and the Lord directed his steps to Egypt’s throne. Jesse devised a way to send food to his sons in the army by his youngest son David, not knowing that God was directing David’s steps for a showdown with Goliath.

Consider Esther in reverse; Haman devised a way in his heart to annihilate the Jews, and he manipulated King Ahasuerus into signing the decree (Esth 3:1-15). But the Lord directed him to total humility and ruin by building gallows, meeting the king at a time that resulted in honoring Mordecai, and falling on Esther’s bed (Esth 5:1 – 7:10).

You can't plan your ways for God to get on your schedules. Don't let circumstances or experiences in life direct your path but God's word which is a light unto our paths.

Prophetic Decree:
The LORD deliver you from human ways and order your steps in His divine will. You shall not be tossed to and fro by the circumstances of life in Jesus' mighty name. Amen

The Lord be gracious unto you!
Shalom