In his book Can I Know God's Will? (2009) R.C. Sproul makes the obvious statement that "destination matters to the Christian." That is because our time on earth is limited and we seek to better conduct our lives to the glory of God. Therefore, every thoughtful Christian is longing for guidance and perhaps at some point wonders if there is a roadmap to God's will. This desire to discern and do the will of God is proper and Biblical. God's will is important to us and it is okay to ask questions about it.
At the Heart of Trochia’s Mission: A Level Path
The writer of Hebrews uses a metaphor for life in verse 12:13, by speaking as a coach to his running team. Before a runner sets himself on a race, he examines the track carefully because unevenness can make him vulnerable to a fall, especially when he gets tired. If the path is not leveled, neither advanced runners or weak runners can finish the race well. When we stay on the right path of life following Jesus, we bring healing not only to our lives but also the life of others, and we finish the race well.