I don’t believe YAH wants us to ever settle in one place. We are on a journey and the destination
is heaven. But something does happen in this life that makes us lose our focus. It may be disappointment,
pain, really good times and the list goes on….
There are a variety of reasons we lose our focus and stop moving.
YAh showed me something the other day. A bus stop came to mind and he showed me how I had gotten
comfortable there because as you know,
you can never really set up camp at a bus stop. A bus stop is not really a destination in itself.
A bus stop accommodates people who are going somewhere and people who are coming from
somewhere but not an actual destination and that’s the place I got comfortable at. I can’t explain it
but I just thought that was the destination but I was so wrong. The settling was so subtle……if it wasn’t
for the Lord I would never have snapped out of it.
I got comfortable. I confused the place I am at as the destination when all it is, is a
bus stop. You cannot have a life at a but stop. It was never intended for that.
A bus stop helps you get to where you are really going and on this journey we are on there will be many
“bus stops”. But don’t mistake them for destinations because they are not.
So the goal is to always keep moving in YAH.
There is so much more journeying to be done. Don’t lose focus of where you are going.
Don’t get so comfortable at the bus stop that you think it’s the destination.
Something like that happened in the word. Let’s take a look at it,
“That evening at sundown they brought to him all who were sick or oppressed by demons. And the whole
city was gathered together at the door.”
“And rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, He departed and went out to a desolate place,
and there He prayed.
And Simon and those who were with Him searched for Him and they found Him and said to Him, “everyone
is looking for you.”
And He said to them, “Let us go on to the next towns, that I may preach there also, for that is why I came out.”
The disciples got it wrong. They thought they had arrived at their destination. Yeshua could have set up camp
there but He didn’t. He knew what He was called to do and because He knew, He also knew He hadn’t arrived
at His destination.
We can learn something from that story. We need to keep moving in what YAH has called us to do. You don’t
have to see the whole picture to move, you only need to move when He says move.
I don’t want to set up camp at the bus stop. The next bus is rolling in to take me to my destination but
there are many “bus stops” along the way. I need to constantly be aware of where I am and understand
the Lord is directing and guiding me.
What about you? Have you gotten comfortable at the “bus stop”?
Do you have an idea of Yeshua’s plan for your life?
Bless you friends