Getting Where You're Going (7 of 8) by Jeff Strite
This content is part of a series.Getting Where You're Going (7 of 8)
Series: Getting There
OPEN: In the classic novel: "Alice in Wonderland," Alice comes to a fork in the road. One path leads one way, and the other path leads the other… and she asks the Cheshire Cat for advice:
"Would you tell me please," she asks "which way I ought to go from here?"
"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the cat.
"I don't much care where," said Alice.
"Then it doesn't matter which way you go," said the Cat.
APPLY: There are a lot of people who (just like Alice) don't seem to know where they're going. They just kind of drift thru life. For all intents and purposes it looks like they're not going anywhere… and they are not really doing all that much with their lives.
But if you were to ask them, I think most would say they really want to do more with their lives. They'd like to believe that there's more to living than just "getting by". They'd like to believe they have a reason to live.
And, you know, that's natural, because God has built that yearning into our hearts.
Ecclesiastes 3:11 says that "He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men…"
He has set the belief (in your heart and in mine) that there's more to life than just "living".
It's like He's created this big hole inside of us… this feeling that we're meant for more than just surviving in this life.
But many people aren't quite sure what their purpose in life might be.
The problem for most people is they don't know where they're going and they're not sure they ever will.
Now, David didn't have that problem.
He never worried about where he was, where he was going, or what he was doing because - as he said: "The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not want… He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside still waters." Psalms 23:1and2
David knew where he was going because he had a shepherd who was leading him.
And that Sh ...
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