The Phone 's Sense Of Direction

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"I gave you milk, not solid food, for you were not yet ready for it. Indeed, you are still not ready." (I Corinthians 3:2) "Turn right" "Turn left" "You 're destination is on the right". No doubt about it, having a turn by turn gps on my phone is a great feature. It 's come in handy as I 've negotiated my way around a new town in a new appointment. It 's helped me in the inner city to get to where I need to go. I 've even changed the voice on my phone so that the voice has a British accent. It makes me feel classy althugh I must resist driving on the wrong side of the road. But it 's not fool proof. As I 've gotten more used to my new community, I 've come to question the phone 's sense of direction. At times it will suggest a route that is convutled and seems out of the way. And so there are times even when it make a storng (as strong as it can be in polite Briitsh) reccomendation , that I ignore it and go my own route. I 'm also, as hard as it might be to believe, not always fool proof either. Even with the GPS I miss a turn here and here and have to find my way back. In both cases the response of my GPS is the same. It begins to say "reroute, reroute" or "Rereouting to destitnion". This is it 's why of warning me I have missed a turn or am in danger, in it 's opinion, of going the wrong way and it 's trying to get me back on track. It wants me to go in the proper direction. If we were to become more sensitive to the Holy Spirit and truly
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