• Thought For The Day

    The Map

    Traveling in a new place, like a City, or perhaps in the effort to find a place where you are going to see something spectacular, is best done with a map. I understand that most of us have automobiles that provide GPS (or maybe you have a handheld device), but that is precarious at best. The GPS I have in my car cannot remember the route to a certain point, and will send you to where you went yesterday by a different route today. It’s a little frustrating – at best. The city of St. George, Utah is located around a series of buttes and many of the roads are quite curvy and change names in various places. I am sure the good folks that live here are not confused at all – but. . . Of course, being nearly blind does not help. During morning devotions today I was thinking about how confusing it is to get through this World,  in this life. There are so many curvy roads, and so many maps, and a plethora of people who say they know the way of life, but fail woefully short of having the right directions. There is only one…