I have a good sense of direction. I may not always know where I am, but, I can always get home. Thank God for GPS! Do you even know what GPS stands for? It’s not just “Getting People Somewhere.” (LOL) And Nope! I’m not gonna give you some religious remix of the acronym like God’s Plan for Salvation… It means Global Positioning System. GPS is a network of about 30 satellites orbiting the earth at about an altitude of 20,000 km. The system was originally developed by the US government for military navigation. But, now everyone has a GPS in the palm of their hands. Here’s the way it works. Wherever you are on the planet, at least 4 GPS satellites are visible at any time. Each one transmits information about its position and the current time at regular intervals. These signals travel at the speed of light and are intercepted by our GPS receivers or phones via, Waze for example. These receptors are recognized by frequencies. Frequencies are electric impulses that generate information. Every person with a phone has one. The frequencies are sent out to calculate how far away each satellite is based on how long it took the message to arrive. Once the information has arrived it calculates the distance of the same information for at least 3 other satellites. This is the way our GPS receiver or Waze can pinpoint our location.

 This information is critical when it comes to flying airplanes. Because when driving you have building, landscape, road signs, traffic lights and gravity to control the direction that you can go. I am completely willing to drive for about 6 hours. If a road trip is longer than that, I’d rather fly – It’s exponentially faster, and statistically safer. However, have you even thought to ask yourself about how pilots know where a particular destination is specifically located and how to stay on course? When you are 7-10 miles in the air there are no landmarks in sight, no traffic signs nailed to clouds and there are planes that havealready defied gravity. If you are not careful, on a perfect day a pilot can get mixed up between up and down. The only thing that they have to depend on is GPS.

The same can be true when aiming to have an IRRESISTIBLE life. Pain can cause us to lose our grip on gravity. Relationships can make us feel like we are going down the right path, only to get into it and findthat we must make an adjustment. Rejection can feel like a stop sign whenit’s really a yield sign. We can take a wrong turn and find ourselves having found a faster route that wenever knew existed. The straight line is supposed to be faster, but, it can be riddled with stop lights every few hundred yards and ends up actually takingmuch longer – depending on traffic. (Especially in Atlanta - LOL)

 On this road to IRRESISTIBLE, what IS your GPS? Where does it say you are? And where are you going? Are you on track? Or are you off course? Even in driving a car, it consists of a constant repositioning of the direction – given you have good alignment.

 I say, EVERY person has a frequency. That frequency is tied to heaven. The strength of your personal frequency is based on the consistency and intensity of your device or heart’s connection to heaven. When you are consistently and intentionally connected to heaven you have the ability and the awareness to make adjustments to your direction. Heaven may or may not let you know that the route that you are on is going to be faster or slower. When you are not consistent or intense you can miss a turn. Which is where your GPS can recalculate your direction. Or, you can go the way you know because you don’t trust your GPS. So, here’s my questions for you. Do you trust your GPS? Or, would you rather go the way you know? There are so many variations of scenarios that you can and will incur. I have found that it’s better to have a GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM that is trustworthy.

 If your intentions are to be headed in the correct direction towards your IRRESISTIBE life and destiny, you may wanna check your GPS.


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