Chapter-a-Day Isaiah 35

Narrow is the path that leads to life. The people God has ransomed will come back on this road. They'll sing as they make their way home to Zion, unfading halos of joy encircling their heads, Welcomed home with gifts of joy and gladness as all sorrows and sighs scurry into the night. Isaiah 35:9-10 (MSG)

"Do you know where you're going?" Wendy asks me as pull out of the driveway on a trip.

"Yes," I reply, "Short term, and long term."

[cue: rim shot]

"Do you know where you're going?" is such a great question. Do you know where the road of life is leading? Do you have a destination in mind? Are you walking with purpose?

A few weeks ago, Wendy and I attended the funeral of our friend, Mike. Mike was a gifted musician and he fought a long, courageous battle with cancer. I was so blessed to watch from afar as Mike entered the homestretch of his journey on Earth. It reminded me of the final verses of today's chapter. He planned his funeral, and it was obvious from the numerous songs and hymns that he chose for us to sing and the scripture passages he picked out for us to read out loud that he knew where he was going - short term and long term.

So, do you know where you're going?

Creative Commons photo courtesy of Flickr and john

One thought on “Chapter-a-Day Isaiah 35”

  1. It’s for God’s people exclusively—
    impossible to get lost on this road.
    Wow, is that a glorious thought. A road of life that I can’t get lost on. This chapter was a wonderful word picture of what the future holds. The lame will walk…the blind will see. We are NOT living for this life, but the next. I can’t wait!

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