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21 February 2023 ‘He leads me in the paths of righteousness.’ Psalm 23:3 NKJV

Life is full of choices, decisions, and options. It’s also full of people with strong opinions who will try to tell you which way they think you ought to go. If we could turn back the hands of time, nearly all of us would alter some of our past choices because they have caused us to find ourselves in the path of ‘wrongness’ rather than ‘righteousness’. Sheep will gravitate towards whatever appeals to their instincts, such as a berry bush, even though it will take them away from the flock and the shepherd’s protective care. They think they know the right path when they really have no clue. Question: Have you been following your appetites and instincts rather than your shepherd? You say, ‘But God has given me a brain to use.”.’ Sure, and you need to develop it. But it’s limited, and it will only take you so far. The Holy Spirit desires to take you beyond those limits. ‘As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God’ (Romans 8:14 KJV). How does God lead us? Objectively through His Word, and subjectively through His Spirit. As you read His Word, you hear His voice, and as you ‘lie down’ (Psalm 23:2 KJV), He impresses upon your heart what He wants you to do. If you have gone onto the wrong path, turn to God and He will guide you back onto the right path. You say, ‘Would God actually speak to someone like me?’ Yes, ‘He calls his own sheep by name and leads them out…he goes before them; and the sheep follow him, for they know his voice’ (John 10:3-4 NKJV). Today, let God lead you!


Learn to control your anger Wednesday 29 March
The joys of heaven (3) Tuesday 28 March
The joys of heaven (2) Monday 27 March
The joys of heaven (1) Sunday 26 March
Steps to forgiveness (2) Saturday 25 March
Steps to forgiveness (1) Friday 24 March
Today, give your problem to God Thursday 23 March

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