Are you a “go-to” person? Are people likely to seek you out when they need advice, a task accomplished, or just someone to listen? If you are, I have a question for you: who do you go to when you’re in need of answers? A striking reality is that “go-to” people seldom find advisers when they’re in need.
Solomon was the ultimate “go-to” person. People traveled great distances to hear his advice, and his proverbs have timeless appeal. But when he need advice, he didn’t advise himself. Solomon turned to the limitless reservoir of wisdom – God.
I’m glad “go-to” people have a “go-to” God. James said, “If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you” (James 1:5, NLT). If you’re overwhelmed in your role as the “go-to” person, seek His advice.
Thought to Consider:
For what situations can you seek God’s advice?