Positioning yourself on the Train Tracks

Yesterday’s Bible Trivia Question: What was the name of the tree did Zaccheus ran and sat in? Answer is Sycamore tree. ( I know that was a hard one for you guys.)

Psalm 17:5 says’ I’m not trying to get my way in the world’s way. I’m trying to get your way, your Word’s way. I’m staying on your trail; I’m putting one foot In front of the other. I’m not giving up.(Message Bible) I love how the message bible puts this scripture.

Train tracks

If you ever walked on a train track one of the things you will notice is that is very difficult to walk the tracks without your foot slipping. And if it’s a track that’s been there for many years, you will probably see grass growing around the tracks, sand, stones and dirt. Train tracks is something you should never play with because of the danger being there, especially if that track is a live track, which means it’s in use. Older tracks that you see that aren’t being used are known as dead tracks there is no current running on them.

Here in the scripture the Psalmist David is saying that he’s not trying to get his own way like the world does but that he wants to follow the God of his fore fathers, but he knows that is not easy for his foot slips at times and he can’t walk with both feet side by side. So he’s trying to position himself by placing one foot at a time in front of one another and no matter how difficult it becomes he’s not giving up.

How is your track that you walk? Is it difficult to see from all the debris that is on the track? Does your feet slip while you walk? In the image I shared with you I want you to see if you see yourself walking on this track?

Today’s Bible Trivia Question: How many days was Jesus in the wilderness, before He started the Ministry?


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