It does not matter what it is that you may find yourself involved with, Father can navigate you happy. It may look as if all is lost, but nothing is lost when you have the finder of all who are lost on your team. The minute that you find yourself lost is the minute that he begins to draw you back to finding yourself. Father does not leave us, and then come back to help us when we are in need. We just seem to hear him better when we are in need. If Father had his way, He would just navigate us happy all the day long. Father would love to receive the same level of all our prayers, praise and worship all day long: on the hour, every hour, before we are all laid up in need. Father seem to believe that having that same degree of listening, and hearing given to him before we got lost and all swallowed up in our need, would allow Him the opportunity to just navigate us happily around it all. Now you know how it is dealing with God, right? He’s always looking at you with that one look when it comes to doing anything. And He always expect you to answer Him with the same passion as if this is the first time you were ever asked the never ending while on earth question: Genesis 18:14, “Is any thing too hard for the Lord?” Nope, and Father expects no diminishing returns in our passion with our reply whenever asked to answer that question. Father Can Navigate You Happy.
The problem that we face having our plane continue to fly the friendly spiritual skies, and to remain as clear of major needs along the way lies mainly in changing our title. There will be some turbulence from time to time that you can’t avoid entering into, but most flight teams made up of the pilot, and the co-pilot will be able to safely navigate the plane to a happy ending. There is radar along with other instruments that will allow many people (The FAA and Air traffic Control specifically) along with the Pilot and co-pilot to know what lies ahead of them. If there is anything of major concern, those many people will let the PILOT know which way to navigate the plane happy. While there maybe many helpful people telling the Pilot what is needed to be known to be as safe as possible, the co-pilot is there to assist the pilot to safely navigate the plane. And here is the key, unless the pilot becomes unable, the co-pilot is directed by the pilot, and not the other way around. Now a good team will talk back and forth, but don’t be mistaken, there is the one that is in charge of the plane. If the co-pilot was equal to the pilot, we would have a problem when we came to a crossroads: who would decide? That got me to thinking about how that works with Spiritual navigation in flying in a faith operation? There is a team, you and the Godhead member, working together to navigate you happy; but what happens when the faith operation comes to a crossroads? There can only be one in charge, the PILOT; AND THAT IS NOT YOU. If God is going to be successful in navigating you happy, you must change your title to co-pilot, and do what co-pilots do: assist the Pilot in the navigation of the faith operation. This means that you will take directions directly from the Pilot, and not directly from yourselves or others: Family, Friends, and All Others. The only time things are too hard for God is when He has been replaced as Pilot. So change your title to co-pilot, and assist the Pilot as directed to Navigate you happy.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.