(Prov. 4:26) “Ponder the path of thy feet and let all thy ways be established.”
Most people spend their lives wandering aimlessly through life with no plan. They tend to wake up day after day and declare to themselves “oh it’s just another day” unless it’s Friday. Most people live their lives wishing for Friday just rushing their lives away. Many work all their lives and never put a financial plan together, somehow believing that they will win the lottery, the checks in the mail or the Lord will provide, and the truth is that if we are gainfully employed right now the Lord is providing us a way to save for a rainy day because the rain will eventually come.
However, as Christians we shouldn’t spend our lives not paying attention to where we are going. We shouldn’t spend our lives just wandering aimlessly in the wilderness without any plan. In fact, we know of some people in the scriptures who spent 40 years in the wilderness wandering aimlessly because they wouldn’t obey God. Thus, those who ponder the path of their feet and allow their ways to be established are those who obey God; those who when they don’t have a plan aren’t afraid to reach out and say I don’t know, I don’t have a plan and I need help in bringing this plan to life.
There is a plan and a purpose for all of God’s people and it’s not only what He called us to do in the church or the body of Christ, but it’s also wrapped in the totality of our lives. Thus, we must write the vision and make it plain even more in our personal lives and not spend some of the best days of our lives wandering aimlessly.
God Bless You
Pastor Versal Mason