Is Prayer Your Steering Wheel Or Spare Tire?

Is Prayer Your Steering Wheel?

“I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go;
I will guide you with My eye.”  Psalm 32:8 (NKJV)

“For this is God,
Our God forever and ever;
He will be our guide
Even to death.”  Psalm 48:14 (NKJV)

 So what did Corrie ten Boom mean when she wrote these words?

While you are in prayer, do you take time to listen for instructions?  One of the ingredients to prayer is listening to the voice of God. By listening during your prayer time, you will find guidance given by the Holy Spirit.   Directions will be sent your way so that you can navigate and steer your spiritual wheel in the way God wants you to go.

Now if prayer is your spare tire, it probably means you pray ONLY when you get a flat and need God’s assistance. Making petitions of God is never a bad idea.  He will always listen to sincere prayers of repentance and requests for help. Lovingly, He will direct you out of your trouble.

However, wouldn’t it be better to learn ways to avoid repeated pitfalls or flat tires?  This requires a listening heart and an agreement to not only hear His instructions, but to receive them with an intent to carry them out.

Why not decide today to make prayer your steering wheel in life?

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Categories: Christian Living, Praise and Worship, Spiritual Warfare

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  1. Hi Steadfast in Prayer,
    Thanks for the pingback!

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