Who do you trust? Someone who sees in the distance, up ahead, around the corner or someone who sees only the tip of their nose. Remember the person who see in the distance, also see the dangers that are waiting and is able to warn or prepare us for a fight, or just simply change our path so we can avoid all the unnecessary traumas and dramas that is up ahead. When we are warned of the dangers ahead we have a choice to fight, run, or take another route. Proverbs 3:5-6 advises us to trust in the Lord,with all our hearts,and lean not,unto our own understanding,and in all our ways acknowledge Him,and He will direct our path. There is your answer,of who to trust.
However, the one who only sees as far as the tip of his nose is open to unseen dangers near and far, they are attacked suddenly, without warning. They are not prepared to fight, it’s too late to run, hide or even change direction. So because they are near-sighted they are in a constant battle, and involved in daily fights, turmoil, and struggles. But all they have to do to change all that is allow the only person who sees the future, who knows the way, and who tells the truth, into their lives. That person is Jesus Christ. John 14:6 says that He is the one, and John 3:16-17 tells us that God sent Him. So what more do you need to know or hear? The choice is all yours, walk in the light to the light, or keep fumbling around in the darkness of this world, and be beaten without hope or a future.
Do you want to allow Jesus into your life? Then go to the top of this blog, click on to the salvation page, and follow the instructions. Don’t stop there, find a church that knows and follows the God of the universe through His son Jesus, May God give you the wisdom, knowledge and understanding to make the right decisions and keep and guide you in all truth in Jesus name, Amen.
Now unto Him who is able to keep us from falling and to present us faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy, to the Immortal, Invisible, the Only Wise God, be glory, praise, honor, and thanks.