Archive for February, 2011
Give yourself a checkup and find out which Track you are on and which Track is the best one to be on when you want certain results.
Are you on the Right Track today or the Wrong Track? Are you on the Slow Track or the Coasting Track? Are you on the Fast Track or the Don’t Care Track?
You really should be on the Track that is going to help you know what God has planned for you each day, and then you can know that you are on the Right Track.
The Coasting Track can be a Track that you get on and just have a pity Party, but it can be the time you can pray, reflect on God’s wisdom that you need at that moment. Also, the Slow Track can be a good time to take inventory, reflect on helping others, taking time to be with your family, and to have some slow down time.
Get off of the Don’t Care Track the moment that you find that you are on it. Satan wants you to stay there day after day, but don’t do it. Be very careful to never get on the Wrong Track because it will only take you the wrong way.
At all times you need to be on the Right Track and this will take some help from God’s Word. This is how you will build you faith, your Christian faith. It is what gives you what it takes to trust in God, as trusting conquers fear, doubt, anxiety, discouragement, and the impossible.
A trusting faith, which is found on the Right Track, is what will build courage and confidence. These will determine your level of obedience. This is where you learn that to obey is pleasing to God and brings many blessings, like love, joy, and peace that will surpass all understanding.
You may need to get on the Fast Track some time, but be very careful it can take you where you might not want to go. It is hard to get off of the Fast Track and it is difficult to make fast decisions on the Fast Track.
Godly wisdom is found on the Right Track and will keep you on the Right Track, going in the right direction, at the right speed and doing the right things.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make you paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6 NIV).