The “T” is allowed in the word COMMIT. The “T” is allowed in the word TRUST. The “T” is most definitely not allowed on the end of the word CAN.
We need to remember that there’s a right way and a wrong way to proceed. When we charge off and try to be successful on our own without God’s help, that’s the wrong way to get where we’re going. Giving the plan to God is key and makes everything so much easier for us. We are nothing without Him and we can do nothing without His help. In all our ways we are to acknowledge Him – only then will He work on our behalf, making our path straight and opening doors that would otherwise stay shut.
We know that it takes just a little faith to get going. We’re told that it takes faith the size of a mustard seed. When I was a teenager, I wore a necklace that had a mustard seed inside a glass case. It was so tiny and lightweight, most of the time I forgot I was wearing it.
Isn’t sign language beautiful? The main point of this Psalm is that God wants the very best for us, but He wants us to keep Him in the loop, so to speak. He wants to be a part of our decision-making process every step of the way. Anything we do that is not within His will and His word – it’s not good and it’s not right. We need to do things His way according to His will.
Do we always do that? No – speaking for myself, I’ve not. Those are painful lessons in life – but we learn the lesson (hopefully just once), and we ask the Lord’s forgiveness and then we get up and try again and with His help, we do better. Grab on to your mustard seed-size faith and try again! The second part of this passage says HE WILL HELP YOU. Will you trust God to help you find victory in your life?
Is there a lasting victory for you? Sure there is! Our Lord is loving and merciful and kind and strong! He wants the very best for you and wants to help you in every aspect of your life. You CAN because He’s going to help you! Just share everything you do, or plan to do, with Him! Always give HIM the glory for the successes in your life!
Remember to pray before you plan. Make sure what you plan to do is God’s best for you, and His will for your life (as far as you can tell). Keep reading your Bible and pray because you want to do things God’s way. 🙂