“You have to look THROUGH the turn, not at the ground in front of you.”
That was the first bit of instruction I heard at my motorcycle training class back in 1999. I bought a motorcycle, but I had no idea how to ride it.
People who look at their front tire while on a turn will soon be removing bits of pavement from their body. The rule is simple: you will go where you look. So, when you’re turning, you have to look through the turn to the end of the turn.
“Fix your eyes on Jesus…” Why? Because you will go where you are looking.
“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.”
“Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.”
You will go where you are looking.
If you spend all your time looking at all of the things in your life that are screwed up, you’ll be stuck. If you’re just focusing on the sin you’re trying to avoid, you’ll probably never have victory.
Look through the turn- or you’ll just keep crashing.
People don’t need help discovering their darkness. They will need help seeing their potential.
Who changed you– the person who pointed out your wickedness, or the person who encouraged you to look through the turn?
2 thoughts on “look through the turn”
Great analogy. And it’s always been the encourager who’s changed me…always… (or should I say, encouraged me to change…I’ve still got to do the changing)