Wait and Find Out


 

“Moses answered them, “Wait until I find out what the Lord commands concerning you.” Numbers 9:8

When a situation arises, a problem is encountered or there a new happening it causes us to wonder what we should do. Most people would scan their minds to think about what would look alright, be suitable for their current needs or be approvable by certain set standards. Some don’t even wait to think about the options they just rush into the first idea that prop up in their minds.

Moses didn’t do that. When he was consulted about a matter he told the people to wait until he had heard from the Lord about what was to be done. He sought the best resource in the whole world and he was right in every way. He knew that God is omnipresent and omnipotent, He knows the past, present and future, whatever God says would be the best for any situation. 

What do you do when you are facing a difficult or new situation, a decision to be made? Do you use logic, analyze the pros and cons or just follow someone else’s advice blindly? Perhaps you should consider enlisting the help, support and advice of the great ‘I AM’ who can never go wrong!

Prayer:

“Dear Jesus, I’m sorry I jump into conclusions and often make the wrong decisions. May I seek You for all matters in my life and follow Your leading always, Amen.”

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