Consider Well Your Steps
by giddybreeze97
 Think About Your Moves Properly
Sep 25, 2012 | 1327 views |  0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
As Christians, the most wonderful things offered to us is the Holy Spirit Himself. The Bible informs us that it's the job of the Holy Spirit to help direct us as well as teach us as we journey through this lifetime.

There are numerous ways in which the Holy Spirit makes use of to help lead us in this life. One of the ways is off of 2 verses I can provide.

At times all you have to do will be to meticulously take a look at all the parts you've got on your chessboard to see if God wants you to shift in a specific path or not. There's an extremely catchy phrase in the first passage I will present you with here. This catchy short phrase is to consider well your steps.

What this means is to stop and thoroughly evaluate as well as examine what your options are, along with what the consequences to your steps will be. At times just using good, logical, plain common sense will say exactly what God will want you to accomplish in a certain scenario.

The second verse I'll provide you with will prove to add one more thing to all of this - which is to be patient when being required to make a major judgment on a thing. This passage will explain that should you be overly rash with your decision making, that you could be brought into poverty.

Just how many people over the years have overlooked this simple, common, godly tip and made conclusions way too quickly and in the future learned that they had made the wrong decision.

Listed here are a couple of great passages from our Bible giving us these true words of wisdom from the Lord:

1. The simple believes every word, but the prudent man considers well his steps. (Proverbs 14:15)


2. The plans of the diligent lead surely to plenty, but those of everyone who is hasty, surely to poverty. (Proverbs 21:5)

Don't forget, don't rush when you need to come up with a huge conclusion on something. Carefully analyze what your choices are likely to be as well as what the consequences are going to be with each of these choices.

Often just looking at the implications of each one of the options will show you in which direction God need you to take.

Article written by David, hope you like this post and here are 2 more that i have just currently read and liked bible teaching and bible verses about faith.