Proverbs 2:1-11
Then you will understand what is right, just, and
fair, and you will find the right way to go (v.9).

"We just witnessed a stunning, daring bit of
TV storytelling that set the show on a new,
series-ending path—one that will track
the characters through parallel, alternate universes,”
wrote USA Today’s Robert Bianco following the 2-hour
premiere of the last season of Lost.

“We are now following two versions of their lives.
“That’s no easy task to pull off,” Bianco insisted. “Few
shows would even try. It worked because the script and
actors so clearly delineated the difference between the
two groups: one transformed by the island, one left as
they were when we first met them.”

It is indeed rare for television to delve so deeply into
character study, to attempt to unravel the complexities of
man’s lost soul. While brilliant scriptwriting can help expose
dark hearts, only God-inspired Scripture can provide a
genuine map home and a formula for true and lasting
change—salvation “through” Jesus Christ (John 14:6).
To find your way, “Don’t copy the behavior and customs
of this world,” the apostle Paul teaches, “but let God
transform you into a new person by changing the way
you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you,
which is good and pleasing and perfect” (Romans 12:2).
As the Lord told the Israelites, when we come
“weeping and seeking the Lord” our God in repentance,
striving to find the way back home, then we will bind
ourselves to the Lord “with an eternal covenant that will never be forgotten”
(Jeremiah 50:4-5).

Are you lost? Then “stop at the crossroads and look around. Ask for the old,
godly way, and walk in it. Travel its path, and you will find rest for your souls”
(Jeremiah 6:16). —Roxanne Robbins

According to Luke 15,
what does God do when
you’re lost?

When have you been
lost in your relationship
with God? How can
you experience eternal
salvation and find your
way home? Why is
repentance so important
in our relationship with

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