God is my co-pilot








Years ago there was this bumper sticker going around that said, “God is my co-pilot.”  Then someone said, no that is wrong and new stickers were made that said, “God is my pilot.’ (Implying that we were the co-pilot.)  Well that’s better, but still wrong.  




Now if I were to be theologically correct.  I would have to say that God is my pilot - Jesus is the co-pilot - the Holy Spirit is the Navigator.  Where am I.  Well I would be happy checking the air in the tires on this plane.  But the reality is - God wants me right up there with Him.  




God isn’t going to lead your life unless you are going to follow.  He isn’t going to take off without you.  He wants you to be a part of what He has planned for you.  So, are you on board?  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

thanks for stimulating my thought process... i didn't think about adding the rest of the trinity into the topic but i disagree...

i see where you are going with this but theologically speaking, if God the Father is the pilot, then according to the doctrine of the trinity, jesus and the holy spirit have to have equal "rank" with the father...

using your co-pilot terminology for jesus, for me, makes it sound like jesus is lower than God...

social media and the internet is horrible at communicating tone so i will detail my tone... thanks for your input and helping me see a different side... i'm not sure if i'm right but i just wanted to give my input and say thanks. blessings...