THE REMOTE CONTROLED HELICOPTER

Proverbs 3:5&6 Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own.  Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; he’s the one who will keep you on track.

 

 

Zzzzooooopppp!! Zzzzzzaaaaapppp!!!! Ppppfffffwwwwwhhhheeeewwww!!!!  Jody grinned in pure delight as the remote controlled helicopter whizzed through the air.  Up. Down. Left. Right.  Loop-de-loop.  This was pretty cool.  Jody could make the helicopter do just about anything and the best part was Jody didn’t even have to be in the helicopter.  Which was just was well; Jody wasn’t that small.  With the remote control though Jody could stay safe on the ground and yet do amazing things in the air.  Jody thought it was the best thing since sliced bread.
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When you give your life to Christ and trust God to use the Holy Spirit to direct you, you sort of become like Jody’s helicopter.  God can do great and might things with you on a daily basis if you just trust Him and listen to His voice.  Nothing is too small for him to take an interest in and there is nothing so big that He cannot handle.  Every step of the way God will be there to encourage you, guide you and set you straight if only you trust Him with your life.
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Think About This

It’s not easy letting go of control, but try trusting God today with everything and see what happens.

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Prayer

Dear Lord,

Take my hand, lead me throughout this day.  You know more than I ever could and I trust you.  I give you the big things and the little things.  Let me live a God-directed life today.  In Jesus name I pray.  Amen

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