"On the way living" is a learned skill, not an innate ability. Suddenly the homeless person, the prisoner, the addict, the person who argues with you in the grocery store, the disagreeable boss, the customer becomes an opportunity with a chance to intervene and offer life-changing hope, even when they were not your intended destination. When we put into practice "on the way living," we begin to see people differently--not as a threat or inconvenience, but as a mission field with opportunities to allow God to use us to change minds and hearts so they can experience life and peace.
Slow down, open your eyes and ears to see and hear those moments that God places along your path. Read the amazing stories of persons who have witnessed modern-day miracles that happened to themselves and others when they allowed the Holy Spirit to guide them while they were on their way.