God wants to teach you.
Written By Benjamin Dankaka
One day, I closed from work, feeling terribly bad. On my way home, I got some biscuits for my two kids. On reaching home, my kids immediately snatched the biscuits. But just before I relaxed, my daughter (the younger one) returned the biscuits and asked me to open it for her. I quickly did. Meanwhile, I noticed my older child still struggling to open his own biscuits. When he suddenly realized his younger sister had begun to eat hers, he hurried back to me and cried out, “Daddy, help me!” I laughed and opened his biscuits. Suddenly, it dawned on me that I had been acting like my son. Instead of acting like my daughter who gave me back the gift so I could help her unwrap it, I was trying to run my own life. Many leaders think God isn’t interested in their lives. They fail to realize that God is a teacher who wants to teach us how to make the best use of the gifts He has given us. God’s way may be different from the path you are taking right now. Go to Him for help and He will teach you and possibly redirect your steps.
Prayer: Lord, show me your ways. Amen.
REFERENCES/FURTHER STUDY: Psalm 25:4-5
Unless otherwise stated all scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, New International Version.
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