I have about a dozen people who give me advice on a regular basis.
From a counselor I meet with to the guy running a global business, I’ve spent the last three years building a board of advisors for my life.
And you should too. We all need wise counsel when it comes to the decisions we make. I implore you to see it, cultivate it and appreciate it.
On the flip side of that, is worry. Sometimes God gives you an idea or a hope or a dream that other people aren’t going to understand. It won’t make sense to them. That’s OK. Neither did the ark. Or the Red Sea. Or the walking around Jericho. Or the savior as a baby. Or Saul becoming Paul.
It’s funny how “senseless” so many of God’s adventures looked in the Bible. It would appear he often refuses to play by logic. He sends a boy to a giant, a party to a prodigal and a group of fishermen to the world.
Someday, you might have a dream that doesn’t make sense. I hope you’ll get great counsel on it from your advisors, but I hope you won’t try to justify it to strangers. That’s a losing battle that ruins most dreams before they even begin.