By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

 We make choices in each moment birthed of flesh or birthed of Spirit.
Both contribute to where we end up at the end of our day … at the end of our lives.
An obedient step, even if it is done in a halting, hesitant manner, is an obedient step all the same, and one which God honors with peace and enablement for the next.
Obedience to Christ and communion with Christ is a simultaneous occurrence constructive and beautifying to the soul.
A sinful step, steeped in the flesh severs our communion with Christ and resonates with anxiety, unrest and heartache dulling the senses and dimming the eyes, robbing it of peace with the Lord and robbing it of blessing unrealized.
We are not satisfied fully until we surrender ourselves to something bigger than ourselves.
Lasting satisfaction comes only through the Eternal One;
and steps that lead to Him lead us home.
Stop and evaluate your next step, dear reader.
If it brings you closer to Christ then take it;
if it leads you further from Him, then turn from it.
Look at Christ,
walk to Him,
and be concerned with Him … alone.

No man preventing.
“Let thine eyes look right on and let thine eyelids look straight before thee. Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established. Turn not to the right hand nor to the left; remove thy foot from evil.”
Proverbs 4:25-27