The King ALWAYS goes first


AMBIGUITY πŸ˜‘. I don’t like it. I prefer to formulate the game plan, assign roles & responsibilities, and explain strategy via PowerPoint in order to boost the chance of success. But the Lord often uses ambiguity to make me take Him at His word. He told Israel to leave the bondage of Egypt and camp out in front of the Red Sea. They murmured bc they knew Pharaoh was coming for them. Then God told Moses to tell them to get up and walk in the direction of freedom…..which happened to lead directly into the aforementioned Red Sea. πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘ the Lord did not explain that He was going to part the waters, He just did it. 😳Can you imagine being the guy in front?!?!This is my theory: I don’t like Ambiguity, but w/o faith it is impossible to please Him. So while I wait on guidance for my specific situation, I keep busy with this (non exhaustive and not prioritized) list of action items that are inarguably God’s will. This list is not a breezy checklist – it’s a tall order to be approached aggressively and with enthusiasm like how David literally RAN to meet Goliath and the Philistine army. But although it’s scary, God promises to go before me. It’s totally like epic battle scenes in the movies. The King ALWAYS goes first. || p.s. Happy Mother’s Day πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— #shreddedgrace

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