I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with My eye. Do not be like the horse or like the mule, Which have no understanding, Which must be harnessed with bit and bridle, Else they will not come near you.
Sometimes I wonder if I am not as stubborn as the mule. Praise You, LORD, God the Almighty that You have both the patience, willingness and love for me that it takes to instruct and teach me.
You do gently guide me with Your Eye. I need to learn to look where You are looking. It is not a problem if I'm paying attention; Your gaze illuminates where ever it falls.
If I am called as an Ambassador of Renewal of the Kingdom, and I am, then Your gaze, expressed as Your Word provides a sure guide. I was struck by the following quote in my studies regarding the impact of Christianity on the Celts during the Celtic revival. “The Celtic Revival thus reminds us of the power of the Christian faith to engage culture but also to transform it, identifying whatever is good and useful, preserving and extending it, and setting culture into a new context and narrative, that of the advancing Kingdom of God.” TM Moore, The Celtic Revival, A Brief Introduction, pg 36, Waxed Tablet Publications, www.ailbe.org
Morning Psalm 149, Noon Psalm 119:153-160, Evening Psalm 88