Walk by Faith (1)
“We walk by faith, not by sight.” 2Co 5:7 NKJV
A blind man with a seeing-eye dog “walks by faith” in his dog. He believes that what the dog “sees” will be translated into a signal that tells him when it’s time to go, stop, turn right or left. And he picks up on those signals by holding the leash that connects him with the dog. Why does he trust the dog? Because it has something he doesn’t have: sight. And it’s the same with you and God. Today it might be unclear where God is taking you. That’s why the blind man must hold the leash and stay connected to the dog. He may wonder, “Why am I stopping at this corner so long?” Because there’s traffic coming and he’s being protected from unseen danger. God says: “I will bring the blind by a way they did not know…I will make darkness light before them, and crooked places straight. These things I will do for them, and not forsake them” (Isa 42:16 NKJV). God has your tomorrow already planned out, even though you haven’t been there yet. He works outside of time, so He’s not held back by the limitations we labor with. Paul writes: “I pray that your hearts will be flooded with light so that you can see something of the future he has called you to share…I pray that you will begin to understand how incredibly great his power is to help those who believe him. It is the same mighty power that raised Christ from the dead and seated him in the place of honor at God’s right hand” (Eph 1:18-20 TLB).