Our lives gets so crazy-buzy that if we are not 100% certain where our True North is we get lost in the jungles of life. We don’t mean to get lost but it just happens if we don’t reset our spiritual compass daily. This is not a matter to take lightly. Our well-being, and even our future, depends on what we choose. Today.
“So now, revere the Lord. Serve him honestly and faithfully. Put aside the gods that your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates and in Egypt and serve the Lord. But if it seems wrong in your opinion to serve the Lord, then choose today whom you will serve. Choose the gods whom your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you live. But my family and I will serve the Lord.” (Joshua 24:14-15, CEB, emphasis added)
When we have reset our spiritual compass to True North (a.k.a. God), we can be sure we are on the right path. And we have purpose: to love and serve God with everything we got. That directs our choices along the way. And we will be blessed. Remember what Jesus told his disciples: “I came so they can have real and eternal life, more and better life than they ever dreamed of”. (John 10:10, MSG) It happens when our spiritual compass is reset to True North. Come, Lord Jesus!
Help us to rest our spiritual compass on you daily.
We choose to love and serve you, Lord.
Give us more and better life we can ever dream of.
Fill our hearts and minds with your Spirit.
Let our lives glorify you.
In Jesus’ name,
Q4U: What do you choose today? Where is your True North? How do you reset your spiritual compass?
Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you love and serve God with everything you got!
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