crossroad

Sometimes the most stressful and tiring part of a journey
is not being sure of which road to take.

Wise travelers ask for directions;
they ask for the best route and that’s the one they take.  
 

Once on the right road the traveler can relax   
and feel rested.

Sadly, the second part of this verse tell us that the Israelites
responded by saying “We will not walk in it.”

Do you ask for directions when you are not sure which direction to go?
How do you respond when given directions?

Blessings this day of grace,

patricia

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2 thoughts on “Jeremiah 6:16a niv

  1. For most times I ask for directions and guidance. At the same token, I like to keep on going without destination and open to what God wants to reveal to me.

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