Getting to where I want to go is much easier than it used to be. With the advent of the GPS and the “On Star” technology that is a standard with many new vehicles, it is easier to get from Point A to Point B.
Earlier this week, I was trying to help a person find her way from one place to another, and she said: To get anywhere, I about need to know where I’m going.
Have you ever asked yourself that question? Do I know where I am going? Along with this question, perhaps we also need to ask:
- Where will this emotion take me if I allow it to control me?
- How beneficial is this compelling desire to my overall well-being?
- If I continue to steal from my employer, what will happen if I lose my job?
- If I allow myself to compromise my ethics and my morals, what will happen to my family?
Perhaps one of the most important questions a person should ask of himself is: Where am I going when I die?
The good thing about this question is the 3 letters GPS. I’m not speaking of a Global Positioning Satellite, but rather of God’s Personal Search.
GPS is the real meaning of Christmas. Jesus was born in such an extraordinary fashion in a so humble place, so He could come to seek and to save the lost (Luke 19:10).
Are you getting to where you want to go?