"HE HATH SHEWED THEE, O MAN"

Should a traveler lose his sense of direction, he does not hesitate to turn to one familiar with the roads in that region, for he knows he will be shown the right way to go. He then reaches his destination with no retracing of steps, because he has not been guided along detours or dead-end streets. He eliminates many unnecessary and at times weary miles simply by following directions that come from a well-informed source.

Paul traveled the road to Damascus in ancient Syria. His sense of divine guidance had been a much mistaken one. However, in his blindest moment it dawned upon him clearly that he had been traveling in the wrong direction, for we are told that he heard a voice which caused him to ask (Acts 9:6), "Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?" The answer that came to him satisfied him that he was receiving the unerring direction he needed, and from that moment Paul's began to be transformed into one of helpfulness and healing. The good resulting from his obedience is felt even now and will continue to be felt by all those who are ready to profit by his example.

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