When You Can’t See the Road Ahead

When You Can’t See the Road Ahead

December 19, 2016

“And Jesus said to him, ‘Go, for your faith has healed you.’ Instantly the man could see, and he followed Jesus down the road.” Mark 10:52 (NLT)

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I’m not much of a Monday person, but this particular Monday morning, I found myself disliking that dreaded day even more than usual.

Shortly after waking up from a restless night’s sleep, my thoughts drifted toward what the upcoming week might hold. I felt a sense of dread sink into my heart and soon found myself wishing it were already Friday.

Most people long for Friday because it means the beginning of the weekend; however I knew that if the week were over, I would no longer have to worry about what challenges it might bring. If it were Friday, I would already have encountered them, faced them and made some progress in dealing with them.

Yet, the fact remained: It was only Monday.

As anxiety set in, God pricked my heart, reminding me I could either let my anxious thoughts control me throughout the week, or I could choose to be in control of them instead. I could worry myself into a frenzy or ask for His peace to fill my heart. I was blind to what was ahead, but knew God had a crystal-clear view.

In Mark chapter 10, a blind man named Bartimaeus sat beside the road — as he normally did — when he heard a commotion. He soon discovered the large crowd of people following Jesus. And they were all headed his way.

Bartimaeus had no idea what was going to happen. Having no sight, he could have felt threatened and anxious, fearful the crowd might trample him. He could have been concerned he’d be unnoticed and overlooked, yet again. Instead, he focused on what he could see with his heart rather than what he was unable to see with his eyes.

He excitedly began to shout, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” (Mark 10:47b, NIV)

When the people yelled at him to be quiet, he refused and continued to shout, saying, “Son of David, have mercy on me!” (Mark 10: 48b)

His shouting pricked Jesus’ ears.

Jesus stood still, and asked someone to bring the blind man to him. The Bible says Bartimaeus threw aside his coat, jumped up and headed straight toward Jesus. (Mark 10:50)

I love that. The blind man threw aside anything that might hinder his running, jumped up all on his own and blindly ran to Jesus.

He ran solely ahead by faith, not by sight — unafraid of falling or bumping into things, nor fearing what might be ahead of him, simply because He heard Jesus’ voice and knew He was there.

Bartimaeus’ eyes caused him to live without sight, but his heart allowed him to live by faith. That small act of blind faith changed his life forever.

As I lay in my bed pondering this sweet story God brought to mind, my heart began to calm. My inability to “see” the upcoming week did not have to hinder my ability to run forward in faith. I could follow Jesus’ voice in blind faith too, if I chose to believe He would watch over my every step, much like He did for the blind man.

I prayed for the strength to live by faith even when I couldn’t see what was ahead. I committed to trust Jesus with all the things He could see coming but I could not.

We can always choose to follow Jesus’ voice, rather than let our blindness keep us paralyzed in anxiousness and pessimism. Just like the blind man, when we choose to follow Jesus’ voice instead of our eyes, our faith can be life-changing, helping us discover peace and blessing.

Lord, help me have the courage to move through my circumstances each day with blind faith and peace instead of worrying about what I cannot yet see. Open my spiritual eyes to see what You want me to see and hear what You want me hear, while helping me trust You more. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

TRUTH FOR TODAY:
2 Corinthians 5:7, “For we live by faith, not by sight.” (NIV)

Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.” (NLT)

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CONNECT:
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REFLECT AND RESPOND:
Where in your life could committing to live with blind faith, trusting God is in control, help you feel less anxious and more positive about what’s to come?

How might you go through this week differently if you learned to control your anxieties instead of letting them control you?

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  1. Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!

  2. Blind faith has never been easy for me but the more I grow closer to God through His word and bible studies the more I want to trust and see whats next for me. If you would have asked me this question last year you wouldnt have seen the same response.

    • How do I celebrate the birth of Christ when the marriage vows tell me I have to be a good wife …richer. .poorer….good times…bad…when I don’t know if my husband will live according to our marriage vows? What did I not see when I was given mercy?

      • Celebrating the Birth of Christ has nothing to do with what the marriage vows are. Jesus was born so he could die for our sins and we could spend eternity with him. We all need to strive to be better spouses but that is something you need the Lord’s help to do. You can’t do that in your own strength. God made marriage so call on him to Bless it. But no matter what happens in your marriage you need to celebrate Jesus for who he is and what he has done for you. For without him you can do nothing.

      • Jessica GreeveBiester says:

        I am sorry that your husband might not live that way. One of the most amazing things we can do is to walk with Christ in our daily even through the hard things in marriage ands in life. Showing your husband that you will. Stand by him while standing with God an lead him to at Godly husband you long for. And praying for a heart change is a great thing to do daily. God does not leave prayer unanswered. He might not do it on our timeline butt he answers them. If your husband is abusive though and you feel that he will not.choose to seek counsel after you have discussed it with him means it is okay to get to a safe place. God didn’t put you in a place to be abused. God bless you woman.

  3. Good morning,
    I really struggle with anxiety in my relationship. I struggle with trusting my boyfriend when I feel that he is acting untrustworthy. I don’t have any proof that he isn’t trustworthy, but at the end of the day I think that if I trust in God whatever is supposed to happen will? God will show me what I need to see when the time is right, if I have faith that He will ?

    • Sweet sister, from someone who was in a marriage riddled with lack of trust that I couldn’t prove as we were dating but did time and time again after we were married, be wise. God will reveal to you if your anxiety is just anxiety that is unfounded or if the Holy Spirit is trying to reveal something to you. Seek and you will find. Ask to see truth and true character. Just something I regret not doing when God was speaking to me and I was too in love to listen. Now I’m reaping the consequences. If my mistakes can help you, then they are worth it. And if it is just anxiety, then God will reveal that as well and give you His peace. Run towards Him. I’m praying for you today!

      • A, I agree with the others here and I regret ignoring God when he sent me a neon sign warning me not to marry a man I wanted to marry and generations will suffer greatly because of me choosing my will instead of God’s! Sometimes He will send a neon sign but sometimes it is a small, soft voice! You can always trust God, and the Holy Spirit to guide you. Please trust your intuition which I believe is the Holy Spirit guiding us, but we NEED to LISTEN to it! We hear but don’t always trust our God-given spirit. Im praying for you to receive clarity & wisdom regarding all your relationships! In the name of Jesus, amen.

        • What about an adult child who willfully chooses to ignore the Neon signs before them because they are “In Love” and won’t accept the facts of prior sexual impurity in the person of their affection?
          Our 22 yo daughter believes she is in love with a boy who had asked several girls before meeting her to be his first, asked them for pictures in their underwear and his first texts to our daughter were about how he found her sexually attractive. Several people have tried to explain his character but she won’t here one word. And the parents encourage their relationship because “they are adults and do what they want”. This coming from “Christians”. They have her so convinced the world is the way to go she won’t speak to us anymore. And she has walked away from the faith she once had before meeting these wolves in sheep’s clothing.
          How does one handle watching their child driving full speed to the edge of a cliff?
          The signs have all been right in front of her for 2 years but her heart has been hardened to the Holy Spirit and toward God because of these people.

          • Dear sad, I have been in your shoes. I experienced so many emotions, frustration, anger, worry. Looking back, I wish I had prayed this simple prayer: “Lord, please open her eyes and help her see.” It took awhile to rebuild the relationship with my daughter. He is not your dream guy for her. Yet, she will learn through her choices even when they are the choices you don’t want for her. God still loves her very much (and you, too). ❤

    • Catherine Hayes says:

      This has been my MO for years! For me, I didn’t believe I was worthy of being well-loved: treated with respect and loyalty.

      The I changed my focus from being the woman I thought a man wanted me to be and prayed daily to be the woman God wants me to be.

      It’s made all the difference in the world! I’ve drawn a wonderful man into my life, and I trust him with all of me.

      When ever I do feel fearful, I know it’s because I’ve taken my eyes off the prize of Christ, and let my ego guide my way.

      Blessings to you on your journey!!!!

    • Another with anxiety says:

      Hi A – I agree with Another A. I also let live win when I had anxiety about a my relationship which has made for a difficult path since. There are many verses about peace and letting the Holy Spirit guide your steps. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal His will to you. His will fills you with peace and not fear and anxiety.

    • I was where you are a year ago. I had lots of anxiety. I prayed asking for signs that I ignored, as the anxiety grew worse. Just keep praying, asking for strength to do God’s will. Pray for peace. I am no longer in that relationship, and my anxiety is gone, thanks be to God. You are in my prayers.

  4. I made myself get up because I was in bed worrying about all the things I had to do this week. What a perfect devotional for me. Glad I chose to start my day this way. Thank you.

  5. May I trust Him more and run with abandon toward him each time I feel anxious!
    Thank you Lord for those always open arms to catch me when I fall.

  6. Help me Lord to rest in your love for me. Help me to know that you will never leave me or forsake me. That you delight in me. That your in my tomorrow’s. That I’m safe in your arms. ?

  7. Thank you,I needed this reminder. I had to leave my husband of 9 yrs last wk. here we are Christmas week and I cant keep staying in a hotel. I’m trusting God to guide my steps and provide. Blind faith is all I have, I cant see a solution. My daughters are trusting me to provide and im trusting God

    • Christine, I am very sorry that you are going through this right now and living in a hotel. I pray that your immediate needs are met. I’m praying for your heart as well!

  8. I am really struggling this week. I am part of a ministry that assists people who face issues like addiction and homelessness. I was party to a conversation where one of our members made some pretty radical statements that were not in line with the bible or what our mission statement is. They were the kind of words that, misinterpreted could devastate a recovering addict. I did not handle this well, I went to the other ladies that were present first and then the program director, then confronted the lady in question last. I realize this was not appropriate, and I went to her as a sister in Christ and asked her to forgive me and I also addressed my concerns with her opinion on the use of certain drugs. She came out swinging and has been angry and hostile ever since. I have gone to her again and also had a friend to speak with her. This type of conflict can harm our ministry and tear down our testimony in front of the ladies we are trying to help. I spoke with our pastor finally, and he is going to try to deal with it. I hate this situation and I wish I had handled it differently to begin with, but I have done all I can do to resolve this myself. We need prayer, I just can’t see how to move on from here. She is going to different people in the church like a politician trying to get votes. Please pray for us. I am so frustrated I feel like my prayers are hitting the roof.

  9. I needed this. My heart is broken and full of fear. My daughter who is now 11 is starting to pull away like I am an enemy and wanting to be with her father in another town. It’s so heartbreaking and I’m consumed with fearful thoughts. I’m reading my Bible, praying and listening to worship songs but my stomach is still in knots. I know God has good plans for me so why can’t I give it all to Him? I’m going to read this again…..prayers needed.

    • Good morning Patty,
      I am praying for you, your family, and you daughter. I can relate to you. I have a 10 year old son who is very oppositional and I find myself in tears some days asking for relief from the pain and struggle. God bless you!

  10. What a blessing your ministry is to me each day! We have been struggling financially for a few years. It feels the hits just keep coming & I know God has a plan, but some days are so hard. Christmas time can bring more anxiety, but I love Jesus & know I have to trust his will. Thank you for being my light in this darkness – May you all have a blessed holiday!

  11. Wow! I woke up feeling anxious and pondering the week ahead and I decided to go through my email when I came across this reading. God is so good! Look at him work……
    I frequently struggle with negative thoughts that make me worry and feel anxious. I will use this reading, as well as scripture and prayer to combat those negative and anxious thoughts this week. God bless all of you & I hope you have a blessed week!

  12. What a perfect reminder this Monday morning. It brought tears to my eyes. I yearn for that kind of faith. Thank you for your sweet words and wonderful reminder of how Jesus is never failing. Blessings!

  13. Blindly run toward Jesus with a trust filled heart! This message spoke to my heart today. As a mother living in a world with so much disease and illness my greatest daily anxiety is that I have no control over the future health of my family or myself. The stories of brain tumors in children or mothers dying young from cancer, or heart disease killing men in their 30’s, all of this terrifies me! I know with all my heart that God is watching over us 100% of the time, I just struggle to blindly trust that our future will be free from pain and suffering. And there’s a chance it won’t, and He will be there then too, but it creates daily anxiety in my heart that I just can’t shake…

  14. Wow it’s like you were reading my mind. Last night I lay in bed worried about the new year and what it may hold. My husband is a minister He has been for 32 years. His health isn’t good. My job puts me on unemployment 3 times a year which cuts into our finances. He is considered for another church. I am worried because he says he isn’t in a hurry to take another church. He is bivocational but he works for the county and they don’t pay much. I want to trust God for our future. I want to be like the blind man and know Jesus is there. I may not know what my future holds but I know who holds my future.

  15. I’m currently struggling with situations in my life that are tearing me down. I recently relocated to another state & can’t find the right job. Our gracious Lord has provided two jobs, but I’m on a roller coaster with both. I want to walk by faith but struggling deeply with verbal abuse from my waitressing job & I’m completely out of my realm with my substitute teaching job. I’m not certain of the path the Lord has me. I feel so tired & need to find His love, comfort, strength & confidence. Please pray I will hear & see the Lord’s plan for my life. Thank you.

  16. I think about what this week might hold for me and my husband. He has been battling multiple myeloma for over 5 years. On Friday we were told he could go on hospice or try one other treatment. He starts that treatment today at MD Anderson. We have so much in our lives to be thankful for but I know there will be challenges this week. I pray for blind faith and peace. God has cared for us thus far and I know He promises to never leave or forsake us. It’s still hard.

  17. I needed this. We meet with our son’s oncologist tomorrow for the first time. His MRI last week did not show the diagnosis we were praying for. I need Jesus to be by my side more than ever this week and in the weeks ahead.

  18. After struggling for the last year and a half with infertility I am praying hard and trusting in the Lord and his plan finally. I cannot control what he has already laid out. He has a plan for us and for me as a mother. I need to welcome it and run to it with open arms, whatever that plan may be. God is watching over me and will make me a mother in his perfect timing.

  19. My 16yo daughter is struggling with health issues and not doing very well in school. I struggle with blind faith right now because I can visibly see what is happening to her health, and I don’t know how the help her. Worry has begun to make me ill! I trust the Lord has a plan, but it is so hard to watch your child struggle.

  20. Thank you so much for sharing. I have a difficult time walking by blind faith. I am a mother and I have spent the past two years both taking care of my father who had brain cancer and also going through a nursing program to obtain my RN degree. I was in my fourth semester this past semester my father passed away and I struggled the entire time. I ended up not passing by 1 point. I am devastated and heartbroken. I do have a chance to be reinstated but for some reason I am extremely fearful. I feel like I have no future for my life now. Reading these words has touched my heart and I will do my best to walk by blind faith because I do know God has a plan and a purpose for me and my life, even if I can’t see it at the moment.

    • Julia, You have been through a difficult time. Take the test again, you have another chance in becoming someone that can minister to those in need of a nurse that’s a Christian! I’ll be praying for you! Yvette

    • I want to start by saying I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that the Lord comforts you in your heartache.

      Sometimes, when I feel bogged down by trials in this life, I have to remind myself of scripture that promises the opposite of how I am feeling. One of my favorite verses that I use a lot to deal with feelings of hopelessness and worries about my future is Jeremiah 29:11: “For I know the plans I have for you” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

      There is a future in God’s plan. He already knows just what that is. Have faith, sister 🙂

  21. Living by blind faith helps me trust God because I know that He is the very one who is in control of my life if I faithfully seek Him. This helps me feel less anxious and more positive about what’s to come because I know that if I follow what the Lord tells me to do, I have nothing to fear. I might be in a place where I’m uncomfortable, a place of waiting, or even a place of newness, but ultimately there’s a reason for it. This is one thing that brings peace to my heart. Knowing that I don’t have to have my entire life planned out because God already does calms the raging seas.

    Now that I’ve been shared with the wonderful words of this devotion today, I will go through this week differently by controlling my your anxieties instead of letting them control me! I have a tendency to get overwhelmed and frustrated when I get anxious about things because I always feel like bad about feeling that certain way. I’ve conjured up this idea that I should feel bad about the emotions I have during parts of my week, but instead I should accept that I’m human and that’s okay. I instead don’t live in it, but let God live it out. I let God take control because He is our strength. This week I want to face differently with a mindset that I can always walk by faith, even if it’s merely in the position of my overwhelming to-do list.

  22. My tears are flowing, I have been struggling with my health for some time now. I experience a lot of pain but mainly chest pains, nausea, dizziness and more. Although I push myself everyday to move foreword, many times I am moving in fear and anxiety. Very aware of every pain, every fast heartbeat. I don’t like to be alone. God is pushing me to trust in Him! No matter what, in the end I win. Why fear when he is with me. Thank you

  23. A very timely devotion today! Thank you for your words of encouragement. They will help me through a difficult week ahead and in dealing with a prodigal son.

  24. So glad I came across this today! I am in a “trusting like never before” season. God recently lead me to leave my full time job of 3 years and be home. I’m super excited to be home and for this new season of stepping into and using the gifts he’s blessed me with…. my problem…. fully trusting him to provide. This year has been a struggle financially and has only gotten worse despite our efforts to make more money. Yet God confirmed over and over again that he would provide and provide abundantly!! So, here I am over a month after leaving my job, and even further behind financially and to add to that stress, it’s almost Christmas and we have no money to buy gifts for our 3 kids. This is hard as a parent because we want to give them so much. I love that God speaks though. We just have to be willing to listen. And one thing about this devotion that I loved is that he made a choice to cast aside what was holding him back and run to Jesus. I choose that today! I choose to cast aside my doubt and run to Jesus!! ❤

  25. I needed this today. I have been under so much stress, fear, and anxiety lately. I’ve definitely been struggling with having faith and trusting God. This was a reminder that I really needed. Thank you.

  26. Donna Torrado says:

    This spoke volumes to me. Today is the first day in over 30’years I am not employed. I was laid off and my last day of work was Friday.
    I was just sitting here crying out to God and telling him I do and I don’t want to be stuck in this pit I feel right now. I guess I want a little pity party but then again I don’t because I know where pity parties can lead and I don’t want that. I asked God what do I do…Wouldn’t you know your email showed up and I opened it not knowing what it was about! We so serve a mighty magnificient God!
    I would like to ask for prayer for the feeling of being overwhelmed. Between losing my job and having to get the mess in my home straightened out and look for a job I am definitely feeling overwhelmed.
    I do believe that this lay off is God moving me in a new direction. Not 100% sure of what it is, but whatever it is I know it will be great.
    I opened my Bible this morning and read Isaiah 61 that is where I opened it too. I can never deny that He hears us.

    • Praying for you Donna. I’m in a very similar situation having recently lost my job too. It is a time of transition and waiting on God. We always have hope when we trust in Him! This message was very encouraging and timely. Have a blessed day.

  27. Zoraida Gemskie says:

    Keep me in your prayers as I prepare for my mom to leave this place. She had stage 4 ovarian cancer and is in home hospice care. She is a believered, but her pain so unbearable.

    • My heart felt prayers are with you Zoraida, I have just gone through this exact trying time in my life. If I could of, I would of listened to my mom, in reality, when she said she was ready to go home, instead of trying to keep her here. Like your mom, she had stage 4 cancer, struggled like a hero for over year. My mom wanted to be home with her family, then there was hospice, that word seemed to discourage her spirit. The hardest part of this for me was.. I didnt know if I was to keep praying for a miracle to keep her here,or let her go home, we needed direction. My pastor and his wife came,it was so needed for clarity. My mom lit up when he walked in, it was so from God,she told him she was ready to see Jesus, not afraid, just afraid how she would pass. It was a heavenly moment for everyone, we were all blessed in those moments. My pastor said something to my sister and I, that made letting my mom go easier, if thats possible…. he said “she doesnt belong to you, your dad or anyone, she is the Lords, well after many tears, there was a peace like never before. Our Lord was merciful,she left this world sooner than we thought we would have to experience, that was her, and our miracle, she went home the very next day. I hope this is a bit comforting, and know that you are in my prayers.

  28. Thanks for this devotional. I am hoping to move to a more affordable place. I need to trust God that I will be okay somewhere else that may not be as quiet as my present location. I have become a little anxious about moving.

  29. This morning is a struggle to remain positive and develop more trust in Gods healing, knowledge and love. I know fatigue, and physical pain wears down the mind and discourages me. thanks for the encouragement in the devotion. I know I am blessed in many ways.

  30. Christmas time! Such a wonderful season for Christians. But yet just like everyone else we get caught up in the commercialism. Did we buy good enough gifts? Who did we leave out? My house isn’t good enough for company. Let’s remember the message here. Walk by faith, pray for the best outcome, and celebrate our Lords birth! By next year the gifts we got will be forgotten, the dinner won’t even be a memory, but Jesus will always walk beside us.

  31. Thank you for this Tracie!
    I’m trying to grow my faith into ‘ridiculous’ faith, and this confirms I’m on the right path!
    Bless you as you encourage others!
    Merry Christmas!

  32. Thanks for these words, this devotional is timely. 2017 holds uncertainty for me. My husband is changing jobs and we will move soon – alas, to a place where I dont want to go. I have waited and prayed for years for his career to enable us to relocate back home, north and west. Admittedly, I have not been positive about this upcoming move. It is so hard to be optimistic, my mind is flooded with disappointment and dread.

  33. I need God’s mercy in my marriage and with my children.

  34. Naomi Sanders says:

    Please keep me in your prayers. I know God has a plan. Last year my mom died and then I packed three suitcases for my two children and I to leave my narcissistic abusive spouse.

    Life hasn’t come together as I planned but I do believe it’s God’s plan. I am trying to walk by faith. My family turned on me since I decided to fully commit to Christ and He’s been changing me.

    I still hurt. My heart breaks for our children. I miss our mother. I feel like things should have improved but it’s been one storm after another. I know we are to rejoice through our trials but it’s not always easy when you have children depending on you.

    Please pray for our children and me. Please pray for the Lord’s provision. Please pray that we don’t doubt and that our love for the Lord never grows cold. I desire that we endure until the end. The Lord has spared our lives so many times.

    When my husband pulled the gun in our home, I know it was the Lord protecting us. So many times we’ve been in danger, but the Lord protected us. Please just keep us in prayer. We need them so desperately.

  35. I read this at 3am this morning and nearly broke down. It is exactly how I feel. I pray that God will guide me and bring peace to my heart and soul. I lift the Lord up in prayer and praise because with Him all things are possible. In Jesus Name, Amen!

  36. I find myself in the same situation sometimes but when Im unsure about things I trust in God and he comes through all the time and through that my faith grows more and I come more dependent on God than anything else. Sometimes we worry and in the end its for nothing it was a waste of energy and time spent on. Pray your way through it always helps

  37. I can fully trust God in the season of my life where I feel most vulnerable. I pray that this season in my life would change me rather than define me so I amrefined as gold is in a furnace.

    Blessings!

  38. Thank you so much for this devotion! God always give me the right message at the right time. I have been under great anxiety regarding a move my family is going to make next month.Due to financial struggles we are leaving our home of 12 years to move into the home of a friend and her family for 6 months to a year. The house was shortsaled a year ago. My greatest fears are how this might impact my 16 year old daughter and 18 year old son. I am trying hard to have blind faith and take this as a blessing and God’s plan for our lives to reset.
    It hard on my husband as well to let go as the breadwinner and man of the house. His vision is definitely not the Lords as nothing he has tried has worked to remain in this house. Praying that he will come to a place of acceptance. I know God is stretching us to grow our faith and prepare us for some type of ministry in the future.

  39. Franchesca Ubiera says:

    Oh thank you! Thank you for writing this devotional!! Wow great devotional!

  40. I just wanted to say thank you….I needed this devotion in a huge way. Thank you for your obedience to God. ♡

  41. Thank you very much for great devotion!!

  42. This was so needed in my life in this very season. Thank you !

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