|Posted on March 11, 2017 at 5:45 PM|
It's at the CROSSroad that we are faced with important decisions and our lives change in one way or another. It's at the CROSSroads that we choose obedience or disobedience, God's will or our own will for our lives. Thankfully,as we travel this journey called life we will encounter several CROSSroad experiences. Each CROSSroad gives us an opportunity to get it right.
Pastor Curney has been teaching on CROSSroads. He has taught us that while we're at the CROSSroad we should embrace the moments of solitude. We need these moments of solitude before we make decisions. When we're at a CROSSroad we must be selective about those we allow to continue the journey with us. Everyone cannot go. Some people can only walk with us the first mile. While someone else was meant to accompany us to the CROSSroad but no further.
As we stand at the CROSSroad there will be those that will burden us to go now. However, everyone cannot handle NOW! Everyone cannot handle where God is taking you. Everyone cannot handle the trials and struggles you will experience on the journey. When we are at the CROSSroad we should continue our journey with people who share our vision. Often those who want to travel with us cannot understand our vision, handle the gifts God has given us and where God is taking us.
It's at the CROSSroad that we have an intimate encounter with Christ. We experience God like never before. At the CROSSroad that His still small voice is much clearer than ever before.
It's at the CROSSroad where we take up our cross and to make a choice to follow Jesus, choose the love of Christ. This is where we yield our lives and will to Christ.
While Christ hung on the CROSS for our sins that He surrendered His life for us and submitted to the will of God. How appropriate that at the CROSSroad we choose Christ, we repent of our sins and submit to the will of God for our lives.