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Why Can’t Others See Where I am Headed?

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They can’t see where I am headed because they are not supposed to go there. So why get upset when they don’t see it? It is warfare. It is often very close to home. Others may not see it that way but Jesus did. His own siblings became so use to his difference the veil covered them from his true destiny.

Daniel was thrown into a den of lions.
David had to kill a “Goliath.”
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego walked into a fire.

We must be willing to go where we are called to do what we are called to do. Often that means moving, or getting out of our comfort zone or leaving our home culture. I can account for this after having moved where we now live 4 years ago. My life has exploded with dreams I didn’t even have all because I was willing to leave my comfort zone and go where God called us. My husband has a great job and is in a stable and promising position. Losing his job in 2007 was a good thing for us. God has planted us for a while.

It is still not easy at times. I have to get my mind into the frame God has designed for me. I miss my family. I miss the ease of driving down the street to see my aging parents. I miss my Aunt who has been my mentor my whole life. I miss the close camaraderie I have with my dad. I miss my mom’s great cooking.

Having confessed my heartache, I would much rather be in the center of God’s will than anywhere else even if means I had to move to get there.

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4 thoughts on “Why Can’t Others See Where I am Headed?

  1. Good post. You know when I was reading this I was thinking in the Bible how all of God’s “chosen” had to move. Abraham had to move, Joseph had to be sold in Egypt, Moses surely moved, etc… For God’s purpose to be fulfilled in their lives and the lives of others, they always had to move.

    So you are in “GREAT” company. God Bless, SR

  2. “Just a servant called by God to fulfill what He placed me on this earth to do; just hope I get there.” Seems to me like you could equate that same statement with Abraham, Moses, Joseph, etc… So like I said, “You are in GREAT company.”

    As far as you getting there, I think you are going to make it. One who tries with all of her heart to do the will of our Father in her life, shall not perish. Nope, don’t believe she will. After all she glorified God with a bag of “fish guts.” Now that takes a “special anointing.” Seems to me like you are kind of up there with “Jonah” on that one:>) Have a good one. God Bless, SR

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