John 5:19 (NKJV)
Have you ever been driving in some unfamiliar area and you come to an intersection where you are not sure which direction to turn? If the direction you need to go is not clear, then you should check which way to go before proceeding further. But what if you just decided to keep driving anyway? What if you thought that going some direction is better than doing nothing? What if you had the idea that if you start driving fast in one direction you would at least accomplish something rather than taking the time to sit there and check the directions? Most likely if you just start driving without any idea of where you are going you will get lost.
Jesus is our great example and there are many, many things we can learn from Him. One very important thing we can learn from Jesus is about what to do in every situation. While the Bible does not give us a detailed list of every action we need to take in life we do know that the Holy Spirit will help to lead and direct us (Romans 8:14). Jesus said in John 5:19 that He only did what He saw the Heavenly Father do. We also read that Jesus did the will of His Father (John 5:30; 6:38), Jesus only said what His Father told Him to say (John 8:28), and Jesus only did things that pleased His Father (John 8:29).
Jesus was successful in everything He did because He only did what He knew God wanted Him to do. Too many Christians do things just because they think it is a good thing, but it is not the thing that God wants them to do. So many believers act before they really know if what they are doing is the right thing for them to do or not, this happens sometimes because people feel pressured and think they have to do something. We need to follow God's direction in His Word and by the Holy Spirit to know what is right to do in every situation. If we don't know what to do then we need to find out, but if we don't know, we don't go.