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Journey To The High Places: Start For The High Places (Week 4) — 8 Comments

  1. Your posts always speak to my heart, Barbie…I must order this book, today. When the Shepherd asks if I will trust Him, I will always answer, “Yes.” But, the deeper answer to His question, especially for me, is whether or not, through my faith and trust, I am willing to accept the pain and suffering without fretting. Within the last few years, I’ve learned to put the use His Love as my Shield through the storms of life. I’ve learned to go head-first into the storm and keep-hold of His Hand without too much pity or heartache…they creep-in, periodically. When my emotions start to cloud my path, I ask the Lord for a stronger back and I strengthen my grip on His hand. Those high places are worth the sorrow and suffering. And, just think…there are so many high places to visit~

    • I think when we are willing to accept pain and suffering in our life, we are willing to allow God to come in and use it for His glory. You will love the book Cynthia!

  2. Love it! Love that He calls us to step out in faith and is right by our side willing and ready to carry us through the difficult rough patches on the path.

  3. Do you know that I have never read this book? But, inspired by another post last week, I now have a copy in my hand. I can’t wait to get started on it, for I am indeed a Much-Afraid so often in my own life. You asked, can I dare trust Him for the things I cannot see…

    My answer would so honestly be, “Yes, Lord, I believe. Help my unbelief.”

    Hope is based on the certainty of things unseen, and this is what I stake my whole life on. This life is not the end of the story – it is but a foggy beginning to the real story that will last forever. I can trust Him for that!

    GOD BLESS!

    • Sharon, so thankful you are joining the journey to the High Places! I am looking forward to you sharing your revelation. Pop over to the Facebook group and join in if you’d like.

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