11009355_10153322554824936_5064726266770931452_oHEAVEN WANTS PARKED CARS TO MOVE.
You may be missing divine direction because – heaven isn’t in the habit of directing parked cars. If you are called to go, but don’t know where, just start going wherever makes sense. The act itself is an act of faith and releases angels into the journey. This is right out of the Bible (Acts 16:7-8).

The Apostle Paul tried to push open two doors that God Himself kept shut. He didn’t beat himself up for “missing” the will of God. He kept taking action till the right direction showed up. What a contrast with the years I would not risk anything for fear I was “in the flesh” (to use Christian-eeze language).

If you are not getting any direction one way or another TAKE ACTION and see where you end up! If what you’re doing isn’t working – try something else…anything else…whatever you do- don’t stay still waiting for a perfect leading.

“Paul and his companions traveled throughout the region of Phrygia and Galatia, having been kept by the Holy Spirit from preaching the word in the province of Asia. When they came to the border of Mysia, they tried to enter Bithynia, but the Spirit of Jesus would not allow them to” (Acts 16:7-8).

God will be faithful to direct you. Don’t be afraid you’ll go in the wrong direction.

So … what’s your next step?

– Lance


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  1. As I hear some mentors saying, picture yourself in the place you want to be. Look around and see who you are in that place, and begin doing what that version of you would do. We should sit still waiting for life to “happen”, we should move toward the place God placed in our hearts to be. His plan that is already in our heart won’t be wrong, after all, He placed it there!

  2. I agree with this approach. I have discovered that when I act God speaks to me as I go. Because I am near enough to the real action He can explain things to me in enough detail for it to make sense to me. I can’t get that kind of detail whilst waiting and praying, only whilst doing.
    That’s not to say I never wait for God. I do, especially when I need a breakthrough. But I no longer wait for detailed direction. I do something and expect to learn from God as I go. He is a Wonderful Counsellor, aongside us to help.