Seeing Clearly

As I drove home from church after a worship team rehearsal, the rain pelted the windshield of my car. Without the help of wipers, I would have been blind to the direction the road was taking and could have easily missed a turn, or driven onto a part of the road I had no desire to be on.

A few raindrops on the windshield wouldn’t have hindered my ability to see where I was going. But if those drops were left and more allowed to accumulate, even they would have eventually contributed to a distorted view of the road ahead.

Isn’t that how life is?

A few distractions may not cause us to stray from the path God has chosen for us. But, if we continue to allow more things to become between us and our relationship with Him, we can easily make poor choices. We may take a wrong turn because we’re no longer seeing clearly.

I needed to keep the view clear that evening in order to find my way.

I need to do the same in my life if I want to follow the road God has set before me. After all, at the end of this “life journey,” I’m going home.

How is your vision today?



  1. My vision is pretty clear today; I am going home. I hope to accomplish much before I go but I am going.
    I am a new visitor and follower. Have a blessed weekend!

  2. Hi Doreen!

    Thanks so much for visiting and leaving a comment. Aways great to get new "followers."

    Glad to hear that your vision is clear! :-D

    I,too, desire to accomplish much more before going home.



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