My son Titus is determined to put shoes on. He has learned that it is easier to put my shoes on rather than his own. The Lord showed me a parable in this. When Titus tries to put my shoes on it is usually harder to stand up, he falls down much more easily, and walks more clumsily. What Titus doesn’t realize is that by accomplishing the hard task of putting his own shoes on he will be able to walk much more freely.
This is also true when I attempt to put someone elses shoes on. I see people all around me with straight hair that rarely gets frizzy, I see some who are fabulous teachers, rarely do I see what I have to offer anyone. I attempt or wish that I had someone elses shoe’s on. What shoes do you wish you had? What “shoes” are you trying to make fit your feet when that’s “shoes” God has for you. When you attempt to put on someone else shoes you are missing the wonderful things God created in you to give to others.
The Lord is reminding me that he has created me with my very own special shoes. Ones that fit me just right, ones that are able to help me walk straight, ones that are able to help me stand firm, ones that allow me to loves others to my best ability. I have shoes that are mine and wouldn’t fit someone else because God didn’t make them to fit someone else, he made them to fit me!
God made you with your very own set of special shoes. Shoes that will allow you to walk straight, ones that will help you stand firm, ones that will help you to love others to the best of your ability. Shoes that won’t fit anyone else because they were made for you!