We Have Access to a Master "Alexa" to Guide US

During the last week, we placed a major piece of furniture on Craigs list for sale. Lots of decisions had to be made. Things like price, pictures, wording of the ad etc. Alexa, the new electronic voice in our living area, along with Google search, helped us make decisions and gave us direction by answering questions that we asked as we approached a strategy on how we should go about selling our piece of furniture and safely receive payment for the sale.

Lots of advice from the general knowledge banks in our new world of instant access to facts and ways of doing things but someone had to ask the questions. Can I trust this process for payment, is the person buying the piece going to scam me, does this feel right, is it really time to let go and let God handle this whole transaction? Those questions that cannot be handled by a machine.

So how can these types of decisions be made with a sense of trust and faith, knowing that the best possible outcome can occur? It really becomes a final choice of yes or no, we do it or we don’t, or I proceed with what my gut tells me to do knowing in advance that it is the right thing to do. This is called trusting our intuition. And this takes time to build that inner trust in “The Father Within that doeth the work” described by Jesus in John 14:10.

I am reminded of the direction by the wisdom of Solomon in Proverbs 3:5&6 when he tells us to: ‘Trust in the Lord (our Christ selves) with all your heart and rely not on your own wisdom. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your ways.”

So basically, our lesson this week has been to check with all the available sources of information, then pray about it and then make the decision on what to do and then turn it over and let God handle it. That means really let it go and see what unfolds in perfect ways.

By the way, we have not sold the piece of furniture yet, we had computer problems making connections with Paypal and our first buyer that connected with us has disappeared after saying he sent the money.

Oh well, Divine order prevails no matter what it looks like. God is good and all is well.
I Love you...

Rev. Robert