Have you ever felt certain that God was calling you to do something, so you do it, even though you cannot see why you should do it, but it doesn’t lead to the outcome that you expected?
Looking back can you then see why God called you to do it?
There are plenty of people in the Bible who were called to do things for which they could see no reason, or which they didn’t want to do – particularly the latter – but who with hindsight we can see needed to do what they did. Jonah, Jeremiah, Amos.
I suspect that the picture above is meant to be interpreted as joy at being picked, but I think it can also be interpreted as anger!
What is our reaction when we feel that God is calling us to something? And if we don’t think it is the right thing to do, can we trust God enough to do it without concerning ourselves with what we think the consequences might be?