Psalm 32:8, 9 - God Want Us To Know The Way To Go.

Psalm 32:8, 9 (NIV) I will instruct you and 
teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel 
you and watch over you. Do not be like the horse 
or the mule, which have no understanding but 
must be controlled by bit and bridle or they will 
not come to you.  


I Will Speak to You in Your Language
   Pilate wrote a sign and put it on the 
   It read: Jesus Of Nazareth, The King Of 
The Jews. John 19:19 
   The framer of our destiny is familiar 
with our denseness. God knows we sometimes miss 
the signs. Maybe that's why he has given us so 
many. The rainbow after the flood signifies God's 
covenant. Circumcision identifies God's chosen, and 
the stars portray the size of his family. Even 
today, we see signs in the New Testament church. 
Communion is a sign of his death, and baptism is a 
sign of our spiritual birth. Each of these signs 
symbolizes a greater spiritual truth. 
   The most poignant sign, however, was 
found on the cross. A trilingual, hand-painted, 
Roman-commissioned sign. 
   Every passerby could read the sign, for 
every passerby could read Hebrew, Latin, or Greek 
- the three great languages of the ancient 
world. "Hebrew was the language of Israel, the 
language of religion; Latin the language of the 
Romans, the language of law and government; and 
Greek the language of Greece, the language of 
culture. Christ was declared king in them all." God 
had a message for each. "Christ is king." The 
message was the same, but the languages were 
different. Since Jesus was a king for all people, the 
message would be in the tongues of all people. 
   There is no language God will not speak. 
Which leads us to a delightful question. What 
language is he speaking to you? I'm not referring to 
an idiom or dialect but to the day-to-day drama 
of your life. God does speak, you know. He 
speaks to us in whatever language we will 
   There are times he speaks the "language 
of abundance." Is your tummy full? Are your 
bills paid? Got a little jingle in your pocket? 
Don't be so proud of what you have that you miss 
what you need to hear. 
   Are you hearing the "language of need"? 
Or how about the "language of affliction"? Talk 
about an idiom we avoid. But you and I both know 
how clearly  
   God speaks in hospital hallways and 
God speaks all languages - including yours. 
Has he not said, "I will ... teach you in the 
way you should go" (Ps. 32:8 NIV)? Are we not 
urged to "receive instruction from His mouth" (Job 
22:22 NASB)? What language is God speaking to 
   And aren't you glad he is speaking? 
Aren't you grateful that he cares enough to talk? 
Isn't it good to know that "the LORD tells his 
secrets to those who respect him" (Ps. 25:14)? 
   Think a word of thanks to him would be 
appropriate? And while you're at it, ask him if you might 
be missing any signs he is sending your way. 
[Max Lucado Daily Devotional at maxlucado.com] 


Light in The Darkness
   When we're not sure what to do, God 
offers to give us counsel. If we truly desire to 
follow him, he will provide us with direction. 
   The main way he does this is through his 
Word. The Bible says, "Your word is a lamp to 
guide my feet and a light for my path," (Psalm 
119:105 NLT). In the darkest circumstances, his Word 
shines as a light to show us where to step. When 
we're in a dark place, the Word can encourage us 
about which way to go and what dangers to avoid. 
His wisdom takes us from fumbling around in the 
dark to taking clear, confident steps in the 
daylight. We have every reason to want his light to 
mark our way every day. 
   God really is with us, providing the 
practical wisdom we need to make good decisions in 
each area of life. 
   How blessed we are to have the bright 
light of God's Word shining on our path, showing 
us the way to move forward into the future God 
designed for us. [The Daniel Plan 365-Day 

One Step at a Time
   If you are anything like me. you like to 
see things happen fast. You don't want to wait 
for things, and you get frustrated when you have 
to. God doesn't move on our timetable, but on 
His own. He has a plan, and He won't be rushed. 
He promises to guide us through life, but He 
does it one step at a time. We get excited when 
God reveals something to us or gives us 
direction, but we quickly realize that we need to trust 
Him for the next step also. God will always give 
you the grace (favor and power) that you need, 
but you can't store it up and put it in the 
bank. Trust God for help one step at a time. Keep 
doing the last thing He showed you to do and the 
next thing will be revealed right on time. 
   God is never late, but He is usually not 
early either. 
   Trust God to guide you one step at a 
time. [My Time with God by Joyce Meyer] 




If anyone has a paraphrase, commentary or 
testimony on this passage of Scripture, either 
personal or otherwise, I would be interested in 
hearing from you.  Thanks in advance and let's keep 
uplifting Jesus that all might be drawn to Him. Fred 


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