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Simple, yet poignant.

Something I ran across yesterday here-  a pretty good representation of what our spiritual life is like.  I hope I am not a pastor who says life if perfectly easy, formulaic, and cut-and-dry.

Ever feel like you are meandering aimlessly?  I think about the verse in Psalm 119:105 that says  ”Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for m path.”  In my Bible next to this verse, I have written, “Not a search light for the future.”

Our spiritual journey may not be a straight point A to point B.  Maybe the feeling of meandering is purposeful or maybe we have to be circuitous in our journey in order to meet new people or minister to old friends.

Everyday ask Father for divine appointments that will bring a living water to someone.  Maybe in the meandering great love and ministry can take place. Keep your spiritual eyes and ears open.   Remember Jehoshaphat’s prayer, “we do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you” (2 Chr 20:12)  (That reference kind of looks like today’s date- 2/14/2012.  Random, I know.)