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Culture will often have us believing everyone has malicious intent against us. The misjudgment of others often blocks the very blessing and opportunities God put before us. Could it be that the unknowing scares us? Could it be that our arrogance causes us to feel like we don't need others? Could it be that a damaged past so consumes us that even the possibility of help seems far-fetched?
Misjudgment is nothing new. It has been the cause of relational breaks and wars since biblical days. If we were to flashback to David's time, we would see that David's Godly response to the grief of his neighbor resulted in misjudgment. After King Nabash's death, the Ammorite leader, David sent a delegation to express his sympathy to the son. However, it was not received but instead seen as an opportunity for David's men to scope out the land and overthrow it. Because of the son misjudging David's action, he humiliates David's men as they enter the land.
God positions people in our lives for reasons and seasons. Unfortunately, our fears block his positioning, just as in the case of the King's son. During those fearful states, we can humiliate or destroy the very people God sent to be our blessings. Therefore, we have to be intentional in seeking counsel from God in all situations. James 1:5 says,"If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you."
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