Walk on. The guidance of God, part 3.

Walk on. The guidance of God pt3

Acts 16:8 “So they passed by Mysia and went down to Troas.”

When God says no then just walk on, keep going. No matter how much you wanted God to say YES if He says NO then keep moving.

Read the verse again. God had said NO to them entering Bithynia. So they continued on. They went to Troas.

We are people who have this driving force, this momentous call to go forward, to move ahead, to the next level. The purposes of God and the ability to overcome disappointment are born in such attitude. Many focus on the circumstances of life. The call is more important than the circumstance. The Bible is full of examples of this:

Daniel said “I heard but I did not understand. My Lord what was the outcome of this?” He replied, “Go your way Daniel” (Daniel 12) And so I ask myself this question:  Can I feel the call of God on my life even when I don’t understand everything?  I have learnt never to wait outside a closed-door experience. I choose to “go your way.”

When God said to Abram, “Go to the land I will show you” – the land was inhabited by Canaanites. And so I ask myself this question: Can I feel the call of God to go and work with determination to enter into all God has for me?

God said to Moses, “Now go I am sending you to bring my people out into a good and spacious land”.  And so I ask myself this question: Can I feel the call of God to go and see many people break free of whatever limitations are on their life?

Will you join me today and say YES to these questions. Don’t look at your circumstances look at your call. Keep walking.

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