One of my pet peeves is bad traffic, especially when drivers don’t pay attention. They’re in and out of their lane and sometimes they cause major accidents. Bud nothing good comes from drivers who don’t stay in their own lane. Sometimes we have a tendency to get out of our own lane when it comes to living life. We get into other people’s business or we try to jockey positions that only God should occupy. And that’s where we can get into some trouble because arrogance and the need to control can send us careening out of our lane and into oncoming traffic. In “Stay in Your Lane,” I talk about one thing that is necessary for us to truly experience the blessings of God, humility.