Periodically I will grab a few journals, sit in a quiet place with a cup of tea, and read through them page by page. Many times, it is as if I’m seeing these thoughts for the first time and I get filled and charged all over again by the jewels in my journals. I thought I would share a few leadership thoughts with you today.
Everyone struggles, at some point in life, with their confidence in hearing the voice of God and discerning His direction for their lives.
“Is that God really talking to me?”
“Do I take that job or this job?”
“Is he/she the one for me?”
“Do I stay or do I go?”
“Do I buy this house or that house?”
Over the years, I have observed that there are, broadly speaking, two distinct schools of thinking among believers with regard to divine guidance and the discovery of God’s will for our lives.
School #1 - By far the largest, is summed up by the mentality that says: “I don’t move without God’s guidance.”
School #2 - The complete opposite, says: “I don’t expect God’s guidance until I move.”