“Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established.”
King James Version (KJV)
Helen's comment on 2015-09-08 22:33:10:
I like it because before I came to this it was already drop down in my spirit I liked the way it was brought out
Kehinde's comment on 2014-07-04 06:05:56:
Examine your choices, actions, decisions be sure they are the best for you at any particular point in time, make amends when and where necessary, be firm, assertive and consistent in that which is right and honourable at all times.
Lois V Harrison's comment on 2013-06-19 11:48:38:
I found this 'Proverb' in an old book - The Birthday Book Of Scripture, for April 14. I take its meaning as a past tense, asking us to examine our actions - cause - for understanding effect. An inventory of a path travelled. It has resonated a profound message to my writing, a memoir inspired by my late daughter, Lesley, born on April 14. Her life's purpose established at birth, that we (I) would find meaning in her path up to her death, and after. How do I understand? Maybe I won't, but I must nonetheless ponder, examine to let all her ways be established, marked. If one takes its meaning in purely present tense it negates purpose for self examination, (responsibility?) - a path travelled. Examining actions taken - history, can enlighten. Enlightenment impacts present and future. My little book attributes authorship to:
1 Cor. xvi 14.
HARRY ALLISON's comment on 2012-04-04 02:02:26:
quicksand or ROCK.(NO BRAINER)WINDS will come .WHICH can i stand firm upon?I PONDER THE ROCK.MATT.6;33.MATT.7;24-27.