"HINDS FEET ON HIGH PLACES"
It’s the story of a young woman named Much Afraid, and her journey away from her Fearing family and into the High Places of the Shepherd, guided by her two companions Sorrow and Suffering. It is an allegory of a Christian devotional life from salvation through maturity.
DARE I SAY IT?
There are many of us today that struggle through life carrying hurts inflicted by others and/or self-inflicted.
I can personally testify that my journey to healing derives from coming alongside others in their time of need. In doing so, I become connected and bonded together spiritually with them and they with me.
As we walk together through the process, we discover Our God given purpose…
May I encourage you?
Stay the course through the rough terrain on the road to Samaria…
When reprieve comes and we self-examine the topography of our perilous travels, we will see that our once crooked feet have been straightened by no power of our own.
A sad distorted smile will be transformed into a beaming ray of light.
A voice filled with absolute agony, lacking any confidence or worth, will fill the throne room of Heaven where our Heavenly Father looks down at us and smiles as He says,
“I SEE YOU! I’VE GOT YOU! I LOVE YOU! I ALWAYS HAVE!”
Every time I’ve passed by a suffering soul on the street or encounter a gal at the gym that is trying to play off misery with a smile.
And even when someone whistling along on their morning walk passing by…
Instant connection for just a moment that sears its imprint for all eternity…
Much Afraid's new name is Grace and Glory as a symbol of how graceful she has become and how she arrived at the High Places against all odds. Sorrow and Suffering are transformed into Grace and Glory's handmaidens,
Joy and Peace.
FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT MY BROTHERS & SISTERS…I love you!