Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Through The Corridor

It takes a tremendous amount of faith, to walk through a place that is unseen or unfamiliar to you. This can be compared to walking through a tunnel, up a walkway to reach a train that you need to catch. Your train is a little late, you have your baggage and you are running to reach the steps. The conductor yells on the loud speaker "all aboard". A Good Samaritan ask you if they can be of assistance in helping you on to the train. You answer yes. When walking in the light and lifting God up, we sometimes experience that corridor to catch the train. And yes, we need those angels to help us along our way. And yes the train maybe moving fast. And yes, we may have to lighten our loads (baggage). But, and here is the important part, as long as we have faith in God, that train will get us to where we need to be, at the appropriate time that we need to be there.
Psalm 86:12 I give thanks to you, O Lord my God, with my whole heart, and I will glorify your name forever.

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