When we get to a place where we must make some decisions as to which we go from here. Well, the Father should be the way in which we choose to go; and we should choose to go it with out the choice being able to be reversed. If we knew what was best for us, it wouldn’t ever be a problem for wanting to be in the hands of the Father. We should be so grateful for being able to look up, and see that the Father is still there to love us; and this even after he was left there last among the unpopular fork roads from which to make our choice. If the truth be known, Father never should have been a fork road at your crossroads in the first place. He should have been the only road taken when you started out, and the rest of these roads just would have been roads passed by without a fork road ever coming into play. This is why man can’t be God to man anyway. Man is going to continue to leave the way in which he should go for last or near to the last, as he tries to get to his destination with as little out of soul payment as possible. Then if man was also God to man, being left as the last choice that you came to over and over as your fork at your crossroads; you know how the man is? Once you diss man, and leave man hanging out in front of family, friends, and all that is considered important to man; the man may not come back for you like the Father does over and over. Whew, thank God that man isn’t God. When King David was given a choice by God to receive his punishment from either man or God, without hesitation, God, God, God. Plus King David being who he was, and who had become, might have been looking in the mirror when he was giving God his answer. I know that I would take God over myself on any day. Father Is Your Fork AT Your Crossroads.
We all will have to get to the place in our lives where we stop running with the pack, and decide to the let pack run on without us. The road traveled by the most is seldom ever the road reaping the most fold return. This brings one of those popular sayings into play: “if it was that easy everyone would be doing it.” Well, it is that easy to travel in the pack; and being easier is why the most will travel with the pack. The other tricky thing about running in a pack, is that it brings another one of those popular sayings into play: ” there is strength in numbers;” for the pack does indeed have the numbers. And here is where the tricky part comes into play. In the pack there is not strength in numbers because of the numbers all being unified. Oh no, there is strength in the pack because there are always more in the pack voting to keep it easy; and therefore, the pack continues on off course with any changing of hearts being forced to jump ship. You can do it, go ahead and jump ship, Father Is Your Fork AT Your Crossroads. And you know that strength in numbers has never been Father’s thing anyway, and here is one of many examples: Judges 7:2, “And the Lord said unto Gideon, The people that are with thee are too many for me to give the Midianites into their hands.” Yeah, the Lord went down from the pack of 32,000 men to 300 men to defeat 120,000 men. It’s not about the strength of the pack when it comes to the Lord because the pack has no strength when it comes to the Lord. So even after you’ve tried your hand with the pack that runs easier, Father still will supply your need. Now Father is not a man that he will pout, but he may require an offering from you since he is a Jealous God: maybe a walk back to main street instead of a nice ride back. I mean, he’s God, you just never know which way he may come back, but he will come back for you once you jump ship from the easy pack. Father Is Your Fork AT Your Crossroads.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.