All The Way My Saviour Leads Me (4 of 10) by Ken Trivette
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How to Face the Days That Are Ahead (Psalm 23)
I. THE PLACE OUR LORD ASSUMES!
a) He Takes Responsibility For The Demands On Our Life
b) He Takes Responsibility For The Direction Of Our
II. THE PURPOSE OUR LORD ASSURES!
a) Where He Leads Is For Our Good
b) Where He Leads Is For His Glory
III. THE PATHS OUR LORD APPOINTS!
a) Follow With A Calm Heart
b) Follow With A Consecrated Heart
1) On one occasion Fanny Crosby had a financial need
in her life. She did not know where she would get the
money she needed, so as was her custom, she went to
God in prayer, asking Him to meet her need. Within a
few minutes there was a knock at her door. It was a
stranger that gave her the exact amount for which she
had been praying. She said, "I have no way of
accounting for this except to believe that God, in
answer to my prayer, put it into the heart of this
good man to bring me the money. My first thought was,
it is so wonderful the way the Lord leads me." She
immediately wrote the words of the hymn, "All the Way
My Saviour Leads Me." The first stanza begins:
All the way my Saviour leads me-
What have I to ask beside?
Can I doubt His tender mercy,
Who thru life has been my Guide?
2) When we think about the days that are ahead, as
God's children we know that our Lord will lead us
through those days. Whatever the days ahead may hold
or wherever they may take us, we know that the Lord,
like a Shepherd will lead us. John Oxenham wrote: "Not
for one single day can I discern the way, but this I
surely know; Who gives the day will show the way, so I
3) An example of our Lord's leading is found in the
children of Israel and their time in the wilderness.
We read in Exodus 13:21, "And the Lord went before
them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the
way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them
light; to ...
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