Friday, April 10, 2015

I is for Isaiah

We are up to the letter I!

Isaiah 30:21

Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying

left or right?
This is the way;
Walk in it.


Walking barefoot is also known as 'earthing' or 'grounding', and is showing in research to be good for your heart and immune system. Picture: THINKSTOCK
Walking on a path

Pretty clear directions.


This is updated--found the photo of the path forking in the woods. Felt it illustrated more clearly the  turn left or right choices we make.

37 comments:

  1. Just put one foot in front of the other and it will get you where you wanna go.

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    1. The feet do the walking but WHO is the voice that is talking?

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  2. And if you're smart, you'll pay attention to that voice.

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    1. I know I have not in parts of my life.

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  3. No matter which way you go, you must always watch where you step.

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    1. ...and the road you are taking as you step.

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  4. Sometimes I think that voice is being drowned out by the other voices chattering in my head.

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    1. You are right--those other voices get pretty loud.

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  6. Always a path, even if we have to forge it

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    1. It is a relief for me that others who have gone before me forged the road already.

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  7. The directions, even the path and the voice may be clear, but following, that can be hard part. Don't most of us what to go our own way?

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    1. I know I wanted to go my own way, no matter what. It usually had some consequences. When I listened to God's voice, the path was exactly the one I should take.

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  8. Walking on grass is called earthing, its supposed to be therapeutic.

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    1. I suppose so, unless dogs have gone before.

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  9. Simple but effective. I'll make that my theme verse for the day.

    Stopping in from A to Z and thanks for the continued participation!

    Stephen Tremp
    A to Z Co-host
    Twitter: @StephenTremp

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  10. Nice. Connecting with the earth is good.

    Thanks for visiting my blog, Notes Along the Way!

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    1. Left or right makes a world of difference.

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  12. Either way looks like a nice walk ahead.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    A Faraway View

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    1. The tree and paths are so lovely, aren't they?

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  13. Love that fork in the path, the middle tree is magnificent.
    I NEVER hear a voice telling me to walk this way, take that road etc.
    It's all up to me and boy have I made some mistakes. :)

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    1. The paths in this wood are beautiful.

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  14. It's hard to tell if you're hearing the voice you want to hear, because you want to hear it. Sometimes. :)

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    1. It depends on your relationship with God I have found.

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  15. Hi Susane! Agree in some of the comments here. Oftentimes, we get to a point when we need to listen carefully on the voice that leads us on. Thanks for this!

    Kristine | lovetakestyne.blogspot.ca | A to Z Challenge

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  16. I sometimes question the voice and try the wrong why. I've learned to trust it more with lots of "bad mistake" experience!

    You can find me here:
    ClarabelleRant

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    1. That's the way of it---listen or not listen, and find the results.

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  17. Beautiful! Last week, it led me straight into "lost" - I think that voice decided "mosquitoes gotta eat, too." It was a lovely walk, though, with my son along for company. Sometimes it's good to have a little aimless wandering in the woods, provided you can still hear the sound of civilization to guide you home.

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