Pitfalls and Waterfalls

waterfalls“I love the view from the top of the mountain,” said a man laying on a grassy hilltop with a deep look of serenity on his face. This didn’t last too long as you see him running down that same hill, “I can’t handle all the problems that come with seeing that far!”
Seeing tomorrow comes with its pitfalls and waterfalls. Ephesians 3:20 tells us that our God is able to do “immeasurably more than all we can ask or imagine;” and yet the Psalmist writes, “I do not concern myself with great matters or things too wonderful for me. But I have stilled and quieted my soul.” (31:1-2)
Contradiction? Nope, they go hand it hand. God wants us to see down the road about the possibilities of who He is and what He can do; thus, our prayer life should reflect this kind of faith.
Our daily focus, however, must be on walking with Him in the moment. You can’t take tomorrow’s steps toward Jesus today. You can only choose to walk with Him right now. Focusing on tomorrow will land you in every pothole along the journey. Focus on walking with Jesus today allows you to be refreshed under the falls of God’s Spirit.
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