<<unsure, insecure, vague>>
The things we see and touch are not necessarily the most sure
Wherever possible endeavour to clarify the situation, ask questions and seek advice so you are aware of the implications and can carefully formulate your convictions and course of action.
We like to feel in control, knowing the answers instantly, with life unfolding according to our desires and plans, rather than the suspense of waiting. However, in this walk of faith, while we should plan, we are to be obedient to God and flexible as circumstances dictate. Follow the Bible’s advice to “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths” (Prov 3:5,6). Seeming certainties of this world are not guaranteed – however our trust in God will not disappoint or leave us impoverished as He promises us an eternal home (Jn 14:1-3; 1 Tim 6:17).
God knows the beginning from the end. Talk to Him about your uncertainties
he said, “I don’t run aimlessly...I know whom I have believed and am convinced that He is able to keep that which I have committed to Him” (1 Cor 9:26; 2 Tim 1:12). “If there is an unclear signal will anyone take it seriously” (1 Cor 14:8).
We must be securely grounded in Christ with a firm foundation that is based on the certain and unchanging truths of God's Word, not what we think the Bible says or man's opinions. Having a solid basis of fact, not only gives us confidence and assurance but we can also speak into the lives of others, not in a dogmatic way but with Christ’s authority, giving the divine perspective.