Thank you to Michelle Delp from Pasture-ized for sharing this guest blog post with us today!
A pilot relies on the person in the tower to navigate him to safety.
He can’t see that air traffic controller. He can’t always see the dangers around him, but he trusts that when he gets the message to alter his course, it’s for his own good.
What would happen if the pilot decided to turn off his communication, and just “do his own thing”?
He might be successful for the short term, avoiding tragedy by inches here or there, but at some point he’s going to crash and burn.
We aren’t designed to navigate life alone.
Sometimes God asks us to bank to the left for a reason.
Maybe you’re feeling a little air sick from all the circles life is taking you in, and you look out the window and you can’t even pinpoint where you are any more.
Turn the two-way back on.
Proverbs 3: 5,6 5 Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; 6 in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.