Driving in the Dark

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Read: Psalm 119:105-112

“Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” ~ Psalm 119:105

I’ve always thought that I could get through just about anything if the Lord would tell me what the outcome would be. I believe that “all things work together for good” in the end (Rom. 8:28), but I’d do a lot better in dark times if I knew exactly what the “good” would look like.

Bu God usually doesn’t show us where He’s taking us. He just asks us to trust Him. It’s like driving a car at night, Our headlights never shine all the way to our destination; they illuminate only about 160 ft. ahead. But that doesn’t deter us from moving forward. We trust our headlights. All we really need is enough light to keep moving forward.

God’s Word is like headlights in dark times. It is full of promises we need to keep us from driving our lives into the ditch of bitterness and despair. His Word promises that He will never leave us nor forsake us (Heb. 13:5). His Word assures us that He knows the plans He has for us, plans for wholeness and not for evil, to give us “a future and hope” (Jer. 29:11). And He tells us that our trials are there to make us better, not bitter (James 1:2-4).

So the nest time you feel as if you’re driving in the dark, remember to trust your headlights —- God’s Word will light your way. ~ Joe Stowell

The Word of God provides the light
We nned to see the way;
It shows us what we need to know
So we won’t go astray. ~ Sper

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You won’t stumble in the dark if you walk in the light of God’s Word.

Source: ODB Vol. 19

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4 thoughts on “Driving in the Dark

  1. Hello my dear beautiful friend..
    How are you there.. ? Hope everything gonna be well to you..by the way this is great devotional. .Our Daily Bread always provide great devotional. .many love and blessings to you. 🙂

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