Monday, January 11, 2016

God Thinking XCVII - Crossroads 4

"Back to the beginning, “What do you really want?” could be asked in a way to reflect the mind-set of a tare, or an adult tare, or the mind-set of infant wheat or the mind-set of adult wheat.

At each crossroad in life, there is a choice that will determine the next few miles or the next few months or the next few years or decades of your life.   That choice reveals the current condition of your relationship with God.

When you understand tour part of God’s equation of “why you are here?” “what you want” takes on a more important meaning than before.

Now the second part of this equation.  If you not know “why you are here,” “what you want” will be based on shooting in the dark, so to speak.

If you were given a chance to go through any store/show room, and you could choose as much as you wanted for twenty minutes, would it make a difference which store it was?  Of course. Would you choose the Dollar Store or a Mercedez dealership? A discount store or a bank? A drapery store or would you go house shopping?

As you became “who you are today” and as you become “who you are going to be” (different stages of your life) “what you want” and where you shop to get it matters. 
   Excerpt from God Thinking XCVII - Crossroads - by Keith C. Powell                                                        Copyright 2015

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