Before the pandemic, my African American Religion course would go on a field trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D. C.
One day, as we travelled up I-95 to the museum, several of the students on the bus were snoring in the back.
But even though they didn’t see how to get where we were going, they didn’t need to see because the driver could see.
As long as the driver could see how to get there, the students were confident that they’d reach their destination.
In the same way, even if you’re not sure exactly where your life is headed, as long as the Driver is leading the way, as long as the Driver is ordering your steps, you can have confidence that you will reach your destination.
God is the Driver.