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Think About Your Moves Accurately
As being Christians, the most wonderful things given to us is the Holy Spirit Himself. The Bible informs us that it's the job of the Holy Spirit to help guide us as well as teach us as we live through this life. Here is an example.
There are actually a variety of ways that the Holy Spirit makes use of to be able to help guide us in this life. And one of the ways is off of 2 verses I will now give you.
At times all you have to do is very carefully analyze all the items you currently have on your chessboard to determine if God wants you to maneuver in a certain way or not. There is an extremely important phrase in the 1st passage I am going to give you here. This catchy little phrase would be to carefully consider your steps.
What this means is to stop and thoroughly assess and study exactly what your choices are, together with what the effects to your steps will likely be. Sometimes just using good, rational, ordinary good judgment will tell you exactly what God will need one to accomplish in a particular scenario.
The second verse I will present you with will prove to add one more thing to this - which is to take your time when being required to have a huge decision on a thing. This passage will tell you that if you are extremely quick in your selection, you could be brought into poverty.
How many people through the years have disregarded this good, basic, godly tip and made decisions way too fast and in the future found that they had created a bad decision.
Listed below are a couple of great verses coming 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)
Remember, take your time each time you have to make a huge decision on something. Carefully analyze what your alternatives are going to be as well as exactly what the outcomes are going to be with these choices. Also view site here.
Usually just looking at the consequences of all the options will let you know which route God will want you to consider.