Wandering Eyes Can Slow Spiritual Maturation
The word wander comes from the Hebrew word Nadad (Naw-dad) which means to retreat, flee, depart, move, wander abroad, stray, flutter, to retreat, to flee, to depart, to wander, to stray, to flutter, to flee away, to be chased, to chase away or to be chased away. Wander means to ramble without a definite purpose or objective; it means to roam, rove, or stray: to wander over the earth; to extend in an irregular course or direction; to extend in an irregular course or direction of the mind, thoughts and desires; to take one direction or another without conscious intent or control. Wandering eyes can hinder a person's agenda when trying to accomplish a thing. Wandering eyes can cause you to lose focus especially when it comes to building your relationship with God. Wandering eyes can pull you out of the spirit realm when worshiping God while listening to a song or while talking with God or the Holy Spirit and even prevent a person from seeing, hearing and understanding God while in prayer, worship, meditating, soaking and studying God's word. Wandering eyes prevents you from focusing properly. Beware of wandering eyes!