I don’t know what made me think of this, perhaps it’s such a beautiful day for a drive – but who can do THAT these days with our gas prices, right? Anyway, back-in-the-day the Redford Church of Christ would have a yearly road rally. Each team would get clues to a secret destination ending with awards and dinner.
I’d also participated in the yearly road rally with the Explorers (a division of the Boy Scouts) where I learned that when confirming a left or a right turn, use the word, “correct” instead of “right,” ex: “Do we turn left at Gratiot?” Answer the driver with the word “Correct.” Because if you say, “Right” the driver may get confused.
One year, we got our directions and check points SO confused that we were the last to get to the awards and dinner program… and we had to ask for help to get clarification on our directions. We got the dreaded ‘Last to arrive award’ and dinner was cold.
Life’s decisions are like that sometimes. You need to know that you are “correct” with your directions from God. If not, you’ll be confused, get lost and end up late for the awards, worse yet not receive them at all.
~Psalm 32:8 “The LORD says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.”
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