Recently, three South Koreans were touring in a state forest in Queensland, Australia. Following the directions from their satellite navigational system, they found themselves stuck in a gully in the middle of nowhere.
Authorities later found that the three men had ignored several warning signs. Instead, they chose to follow the directions of their GPS. Unfortunately, the guidance they had received was incorrect.
I am seeing more and more people operating with faulty navigational systems. Rather than using the Bible as their source of direction, they instead rely on the newest cultural source of information for how to make it through life. They, too, typically pass a number of warning signs that things are awry. Unfortunately, they ignore these warnings and continue on until their lives are stuck in the middle of nowhere.
Psalm 119:105 Your word is a lamp to my feet
and a light for my path.