index:BIBLEREADPLAN1 June29 Directions and redirection. In the past few days we've seen persons going in their many directions, friends coming to Job's aid, Saul on his appointed way to Damascus, a man in Damascus going about his daily business, an Ethiopian on the road returning from worship. Many of these directions, though they seem right/godly at the time are not necessarily the direction God would have us to go; they are our self determined directions. Then we see God's redirection. Philip is redirected to Gaza to correct the Ethiopians understanding and then to Azotus, Saul is redirected to blindly wait for further instructions in Damascus, the Ananias is redirected to go direct to the "persecutor of the brethren" to give Saul those further instructions. These men could have thought to do these things in their own self determined way, but, often not even that is God's way. They could have delayed by waiting for further confirmation or study or counsel. These men instead were moved and moved and God moved mightily through them; this through complete redirection. Remember this spiritual principal well.
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