THE OTHER day I had to visit an eye clinic in Gloucester for some tests.
As my wife was driving and we had never been there before, I printed some directions for us to follow.
In order for the tests to be carried out, my eyes were anesthetised, making my vision very blurred for the journey home. I was trying to read the directions and mistakenly told my wife at a roundabout, to take the second turning instead of the first one. This meant that we saw some of Gloucester that we had never seen before, prompting my other half; to say we need a Satnav.
Often we come across situations in life that we see through blurred vision caused by other happenings or by people getting in the way with their advice or philosophy.
There are so many voices and visions that we receive via advertising, social media and entertainment that can cause us to lose sight of what is best for our lives.
God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to show the right path, his wonderful path of salvation.
We have also been given the gift of prayer, whereby we can bring our concerns and needs to God in the name of Jesus.
Often it is good to sit quietly and whisper up a prayer of thanksgiving for God’s love for us.
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