Caution, Stop and Go
by PamFord Davis
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What’s your honest opinion? Do red lights interfere with your schedule?

My husband doesn’t like sitting at big city red lights. They take so long to change. Personally, I prefer red lights over 4-way stop signs. Red lights take the guess work out of stopping and proceeding into traffic. I wouldn’t find opinions or preferences in the Louisiana driver’s manual. The pamphlet explains the laws.

What about caution lights? Many drivers speed up to avoid the changing from yellow-to red. Slowing to a stop at a caution light, I was once rear ended on my way to work. Traffic lights are beneficial; it’s mass confusion when there’s a loss of electricity.

In the event of power failure, law officers step in to direct traffic.

I can put waiting time at red lights to good use. There will be time to consider the LORD’s direction and warnings.

The Holy Spirit gives caution, stop and go signals.

He brings to mind directions from the life manual. Jesus made His will clear.

“But the Helper, the Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and remind you of all that I said to you (John 14:26 NKJV).”

Wing His Words
Pam Ford Davis