Cause Me to Know the Way in Which I Should Walk


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Do you remember how you felt as a wee little child…when you were going somewhere and didn’t know the way–how that you would look up with trusting eyes and confidently slip your little hand into the large hand of the big person you could trust—-who would lead the way?

It was a wonderful feeling!

You knew without any doubt that you were completely safe! And you could be completely confident of that big person who loved you so!

Ahh!  Security and contentment!

You knew you’d get where you needed to be!

Have you considered that the God Who loves us so much; Who has invested in us immensely; Who wants to bring us home again… willing to guide our steps?

He is!

He is the very One Who we can trust—positively—completely–without doubt—to guide our steps—home!

The question is–do we want Him to guide us?  Will we allow Him to?

He’s just waiting for us to ask, so that He may show us “the way” in which we “should walk.”

What a blessed thought of security and confidence—He will never lead us wrong!!



4 thoughts on “Cause Me to Know the Way in Which I Should Walk

  1. Very good thoughts, Lisa and so applicable to all of us human creatures on earth – so true, “it is not in man that walketh to direct his own steps”. My, those are two special little children.

    • I love the passage you mentioned, Dad!
      How true!
      Thanks for sharing!

      And just so you know, yours is one of the safest, most comforting “big-people” hands I remember as a wee child, Dad!
      Much thanks for all the love and security!!
      Hugs and love,

  2. A sweet picture and the scripture fits perfect! I love your thoughts, Lisa. I am reminded of a quote by Abraham Lincoln: “Sir, my concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right”. thanks, Lisa!

    • Thanks for sharing Cheryl!
      There’s no one greater we can be concerned about walking with—than the Lord!
      How blessed we are that He invites us to walk with Him!!

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