The believer who inquire from the Lord enjoys the benefit of being guided by God.
Text: 1 Samuel 23:1-12, 30:7-8; Numbers 27:1-7; Joshua 9:3-15
Anyone living in this world is confronted daily with the issues of life. Some of these issues may be normal experiences of human beings while some occur suddenly or unexpectedly.
Whether usual or unusual, many of these issues of life require decisions, actions to be taken and choices to be made. It is at such moments that the limitation of man’s knowledge becomes evident. Certainly, the knowledge of man is grossly limited concerning the past, present and future of both himself and the situations around him.