Men, the people around you need you to be consistent, dependable, and wise. Let us not think that we must be what others expect and need us to be in our own strength. We don’t want others to think that we know what we are doing and are confident in our own strength and wisdom. Such an example only fosters self-confidence, which is of no benefit, either to ourselves or to those who look up to us. Instead, we should not be ashamed to admit that we don’t know what to do. Furthermore, we can testify that although we don’t know what to do, we do know Someone who does. Let us be shining examples of how to live life confidently in Christ, as sons of God. Our Father in heaven has made a way through Jesus, His Son, so we can live through Him without fear. I hope you’ll practice drawing near to your Father in heaven through Jesus when you don’t know what to do. What should you do when you don’t know what to do?
- Stand on your confidence in God’s presence with you and ask Him for help.
- Actively and expectantly wait on the Lord to give you what you need.
- Confirm what you hear through God’s Word.
- Show your thanks by doing what God has given you to do.
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