What Women Fear: Walking in Faith That Transforms by Angie Smith
“Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.” Hebrews 10:23
My son posted a video of his two buddies and him bungee jumping. The song Let it Go played as I watched the first young man being harnessed in and clasped to the long, elastic rope. The employee carefully checked the straps and guided the friend through the gate to the launch pad. The jumper shifted his weight and swallowed hard as he inched closer to the edge. He surveyed the deep canyon below, looked at the camera, and then said to the attendant, “Will you, will you push me?” The reply: “No, you have to jump.”
My son’s friend had safety-sealed gear secured around his middle, the company possessed a solid reputation and a group of friends cheered in support. Perhaps it was the survival instinct within that rendered him pale! As I watched the video, I imagined that span between his feet leaving the platform and the point of rebound. A leap of faith never looked more tangible!
Over and over, I am led to the precipice of uncertainty or change and given the option to jump, by faith, into a vast unknown. Sometimes the free-fall is terrifying. But the adrenaline rush of living by faith is balanced by the solid foundation of God’s unchanging nature and promises.
Lord, please remind me daily to walk in the confidence that you are my constant guide and protection. Amen.
Take time to review the ways God has protected and guided you through difficult times and thank Him, in advance, for how He will continue to do so in the future.
Have you put on God’s armor today and will you trust Him with whatever challenges you face?