proverbs

Proverbs 3: What are you leaning on?

This is a continuation of my Proverbs a day series.

Here is your Proverb for the day. It’s Proverbs 3:4-5

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.”

If I’m honest, I don’t always lean on God and His word. I lean on my physical strength, on money, on my wisdom, and more. But that will only take me so far. It will often take me in the wrong direction. I need someone bigger and wiser. I need a stable foundation. I  need to consider God’s word. This is how I will excel at having an I CAN DO mindset.

What are you leaning on?

Do you really trust His way and His word?

Our lives will be great when we do.

I CAN DO and SO CAN YOU. Life is all about having the right kind of attitude. We will face challenges. We have to decide how we will respond. Getting an ICD (Internal Cardio-Verter Defibrillator) in 2010 forced me to make a decision about my mindset. I decided that I CAN DO. What about you? Let's go. Check out my blog at www.icandoicd.com and my books on Amazon at www.amazon.com/author/benjaminlee.

5 comments on “Proverbs 3: What are you leaning on?

  1. Very true Benjamin! We need to trust in God and His word all the time, when we don’t then wrong choices can come, it’s happened to me. I love these verses from Proverbs, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Very true…totally believe in it

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