Landing a plane is not easy 3/28/17

Good Tuesday afternoon healing team!

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I hope this will lift you up higher than you thought you would be today.

Imagine you are driving at dense fog night without headlights on. It is very challenging. Even it is your neighborhood with lights on, it is very hard to see with dense fog.

At the end of bible study last night, one guy shared a story about landing a plane at dark, dense fog night.

He had to land his twin props plane to an airport. It was night and atmosphere was covered by dense fog. Almost zero visibility. He tried to land at the airport, but fog was too dense, he could not land.

Plan B, He had to came out of clouds and diverted to near by airport. Fortunately, clouds were higher than last airport.

He lined up this plane with a runway before entering to clouds. There were zero visibility in clouds so only way to get sense of directions while he was flying thro ugh clouds were his instruments panel in front of him.

This particular instrument makes perfect “cross” when he lined up with a runway. It was his guide. If he came out of the path, the instrument needles swing left or right and up or down to tell him what corrections he needed to make to line up with a runway.

He told us he kept his eye on the instrument to maintain a perfect “cross” which leads him to the airport he wanted to land.

Finally, he saw a line of strobe lights leading to the runway and made a perfect landing.

Some of you are making the final approach to an airport in the storm right now. Maintain your a “cross” on the instrument. Trust the “Cross” will lead you there.

Proverbs 3:5-6, “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 straight your paths.”

Some of you are making the final approach to an airport with a perfect weather, but not maintaining a perfect “cross” on the instruments.

I often tell God “I got this God, I see an airport, I do not need any instruments. When I land, I found out this is not an airport God intended me to land. Of course I missed it, because I kept my eyes off of “cross” so I did not realize I was landing to a wrong airport.

Proverbs 4:25-27
25Let your eyes look directly ahead, And let your gaze be fixed straight in front of you. 26Watch the path of your feet, And all your ways will be established. 27Do not turn to the right nor to the left, Turn your foot from evil.

Some of you may be lost in the clouds, first, calm down, look at your instruments, come out of clouds, call airport tower (bible) for the heading, keep breathing, a nd fix your eyes on “cross” and trust in the Lord with all your heart and just land it!!

Don’t forget about your co-pilot (friends, family and church), however, it is important to remember,  you can only land your plane where God want you to land. Your co-pilot cannot land it for you.

Enjoy your blessed flight captains!

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