Our delight should be to be directed by God

LIKE A SHEPHERD

A shepherd has a way of working with sheep. A shepherd guides and directs his sheep each step of the way. That is exactly what God wants to do in our lives. God wants to gentle lead and direct us each step of the way.

Psalm 23:1-2 The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not be in want. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside quiet waters.

God wants to be a Good Shepherd to you today. He knows what is in our best interests and He wants to lead, guide and direct us to that point.

OUR DELIGHT SHOULD BE TO BE DIRECTED BY GOD

We should desire to be directed by God. Deep within us there should be a longing for God to direct our lives and the affairs of our lives. I believe that within each of us, God has placed such a desire. But sometimes we just get so busy directing our own lives that we do not allow God to give us the direction that we are looking for.

Psalm 119:35 Direct me in the path of your commands, for there I find delight.

There comes a time in everyone’s life where they want to totally entrust their lives into the hands of another.There is only one whose hands can be depended on to lead and direct us into the best thing for us and His name is Jesus.

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One Response to Our delight should be to be directed by God

  1. I desire and want Jesus only to direct my life.
    Henry Holloway

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