Wednesday, July 8, 2020


😎🐫🎤 Christ’s peace be with you.  As it’s been said, it’s better to laugh at life than cry about it.  In the midst of frustration yesterday, God had me laughing.  Let’s see if you can relate.  I was trying to seek clarification and guidance at work from my supervisors in order to complete a task that I was told by my first level supervisor that I completed incorrectly.  One supervisor (the one that told me I did the task incorrectly) was on speaker phone and my second level supervisor was sitting in my office with me.  The first said do it this way.  And immediately the second said don’t do it like that, do it like this.  Okay….my first level supervisor is the one that will review my work and approve it or send it back to me for corrections.  This was when I started to laugh.  Who’s guidance do I accept and act upon, the one that reviews my work or the one that gives me my annual review?  Well I chose to act upon the guidance of the supervisor with more authority.  I guess later today I’ll find out what the repercussions are.  Yesterday, while replaying the day in my head on my drive home from work, that’s when it dawned on me what that whole interaction was about.  Who am I taking my guidance from?  We all certainly have our options and are generally pretty quick to offer guidance in all kinds of situations.  Unfortunately, more times than not, our human opinions don’t always offer the best guidance, which is why we are told time and again that we should first turn to the Father, our Savior, and the Holy Spirit.  Hey, check that out.  You actually get a Three in One group guidance session and the good news is, their guidance will always be the same.  They will keep you moving forward in one direction, not pulling you in three different directions.  And when you have consistent guidance and motion in one direction, you will travel a smoother road, at a steadier pace, with less trouble.  Notice I didn’t say NO troubles.  Keep focused on the light to prevent stumbling in the dark.  Take what the enemy meant for evil and turn it for good.  Bless others and be blessed.

#ElevationWorship – See A Victory

4 thoughts on “Wednesday, July 8, 2020

  1. Great words of wisdom and food for thought. I need to read this daily & practice it. Look forward to your readings every week😊❤️❤️❤️

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  2. I have a sign on my desk that reads: ” The key to Success is following God’s Guidance.” We need to come to the point of are we working until man who have a different mind set depending on who trained them compared to the next person who trained them. Or are we working until God.


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