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As a toddler, I learned to walk with unsteady feet. Time and time again I would fall down and pick myself up to try again. On those moments (all too often) where I just couldn’t seem to muster up the strength to get back up again, my mother or father would pick me back up again, standing me up on wobbly feet to try again. This scenario repeated itself over and over again until I learned to be steady on my own two feet.
My Christian walk has been much like those early days of childhood. I walk. I fall. I get up to try again. I feel like quitting but my Father is there to encourage me and tell me I can do it, to keep going, that I will have steady feet once again. Even when I walk into the unknown, He’s teaching me to trust, without fear, and to have faith. Walking by faith is learning to stand despite wobbly feet. It’s having the courage to move forward because you know your Father is there to guide your every step.Walking by faith is learning to stand despite wobbly feet. #fmfparty Click To Tweet
When my feet are wobbly and I become weary from the ups and downs of life, I am grateful for my Father in heaven who steady’s me.
When I grow weary from the ups an downs of life, I am grateful for my Father in heaven who steady's me. #fmfparty Click To Tweet
I will steady him with my hand; with my powerful arm I will make him strong. Psalm 89:21