“Mind if we turn on some music?”
As I hit the button to turn on a radio station, a car coming in my direction shone it’s light directly into my eyes and temporarily blinded me. I moved over a little bit to try not to hit anything before my vision came back and I was able to see the road in front of me. As I tried to right myself back into my lane, another car came near me. This time, I closed my eyes for a split second while his headlights were on me.
Sometimes when you are going along God’s path for you the enemy will try to blind you and try to get you to make veer off the path. Not only will he try to make you veer off the path, but he will try to hide God’s plan for you so you get confused.
God wants you to be able to see a lot of what he has planned for you but it is hard to see it when something is trying to block your vision. No matter what happens, you just have to stand strong with God until your eyes are clear.
Some things that could blind you from God’s love could be loss or grief, bankruptcy, or a divorce between people you know.
Even with the enemy trying to get you to get off an exit road, luckily if there are exit ramps God will have ways to get back on. It just might make it a little longer before your destination.
“No one has seen the Father except the one who is from God; only he has seen the Father.” (John 6:46) – Even when we cannot see God, God is always there.
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You are right, God is always there. He is always with us, even when we can’t see Him.
Great post Bryce! And it’s not only young people who get blindsided…sometimes it’s the older crowd. Thanks for this reminder.