header is fixed, this is fills gap - no delete
header is fixed, this is fills gap - no delete
Daily Devotions

< return

The Best Life Advice

Posted: Saturday, February 10

 Pastor Joshua Humpa// Children's Pastor

Pastor Joshua Humpa// Children's Pastor

One Year Bible Reading Guide:

Exodus 30:11-31:18
Matthew 26:47-68
Psalm 32:1-11
Proverbs 8:27-32

Verse of the Day:

The Lord says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.”   (Psalm 32:8)


Google is the best. Anything related to creating graphics or video I have mostly self taught through Google. When it comes to doing house work, Google has been my quick go to. Each week when we write curriculum for kids church, Google is always the starting point. Whenever I need tips, advice, or some quick research Google is my best friend.

 

On the flip side, Google can also come up with some weird results. Often I have to reword or resubmit the search to get what I need. I’m sure you’ve had the same experience. 

 

In our age of technology and information overload, you can really learn and become whoever you want to be through the likes of Google. But that doesn’t equate to becoming who you were created to be. We can love our job, but when we’re doing what we were created to do it becomes more than a job. There can be stress and frustration, but at quitting time it’s all worth it. 

 

It’s incredible how willing God is to reveal His plan for our lives. Our verse from Psalm 32 tells us that God will guide us along the best pathway for our life. Not just a good one, not one that will be fun for a season, but one that is the best. Google can provide great tools and advice, but God will always provide the best. He created us and knows what’s best. Trust Him and ask Him what to do. He’ll advise, watch over, and be our most faithful source.