From yesterday, we have been looking at how David’s missed timing cost him a major blunder in his lifetime. Had David been at the battlefield that day, even if Bathsheba was bathing beside the battlefield, she wouldn’t have been a temptation to David because he would have been engaged with the right activity at that time. 
When you miss the timing of God, what should not be a temptation to you becomes a temptation, but keeping pace with divine timing makes it difficult for temptation to catch up with you. When David remained at home, you need to understand that he was alone while the Holy Spirit, the power of God and the provision of God was on the battlefield because all these move in accordance to the purpose and timing of God. They work together. 
When you step out of the timing of God, you also step out of the provision and protection of God. That’s why it is important that we understand and study the subject of divine timing. There is a divine timing of God’s programme for you and you need to seek God’s face to access His will for you per time. Beware that you do not do anything in a moment of pleasure that will have a negative bearing on the overall purpose of God for your life, which in turn, makes it impossible to fulfil the purpose of God for your life. 

PRAYERLord, help me to always be in step with Your timing for my life and deliver me from evil in Jesus’ name.

BIBLE IN A YEARJeremiah 10:1-11:23, Colossians 3:18-4:18, Psalm 78:56-72, Proverbs 24:28-29