Trusting God and Distrusting You

Sun, Jun 30, 2019
Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. - Proverbs 3:5–6 (ESV) I hate asking for directions. As a guy I feel that I have some innate sense of how to get from here to there. It's almost as if my ancestors passed on to me how to track the sun, look at moss on a tree, and follow the stream to get from my house to anywhere. With those senses and a good cellphone signal I can get anywhere. This is how we often think of our own intelligence. We have both internal direction and external guides that can take us wherever we want to go. Unfortunately these voices don't lead us toward God's path. In the third chapter of Proverbs, Solomon tells his son there is a need for another guiding voice. This voice however is not a fallible human one, but the Divine creator of the universe that know how everything is put together and functions including you and me. For the next two weeks, Derek Fleischmann will be opening up this chapter for us. I look forward to what God is going to show us through this time. Will you take a few minutes and read through Proverbs 3 before Sunday?
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