Walk Boldly Through It

If we could speak our own future into existence, know every nook and cranny of our lives, and look ahead with the knowledge of what is to come, then where would faith be in our lives?

At times, I often thought, “I sure wish I knew where this is going, what is going to happen, and what is going to come next.”

If we knew how our futures will unfold, where would faith be in our lives? Why would we rely on our Heavenly Father to reveal things to us in His timing?

Where would God be in our lives?

Dear friends, the future may not seem clear to you. You may just see a blank space, a repeat of the same routine day after day, or a hopeless void of what may not happen.

However, God knows your future.

He knows where you will lay your head. He knows where your feet will walk. He knows the colors of the canvass that will paint your life. And, He knows the void that is in need of being filled.

If we knew how our futures will unfold, where would faith be in our lives?

Have faith. Trust God. Walk in the assurance of His grace, and live your life.

You are only given one life on this Earth.

Live it.

Love it.

Walk boldly through it.

2 Corinthians 5-7: Now the one who has fashioned us for this very purpose is God, who has given us the Spirit as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come. Therefore we are always confident and know that as long as we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord. For we live by faith, not by sight.

5 thoughts on “Walk Boldly Through It

  1. legomai1

    Thank you for this beautiful reminder… I first started following you because someone from Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation posted you on our group site. I love finding other believers out here in “cyber space”. Some day we will meet in Heaven. My son Luke is the youngest of four boys. He is diagnosed with a brain tumor. He’s 12 years old, and was diagnosed at 1 1/2 years. At that time we were told he had 2 months to two years to live. God knew His plans for Luke…for us…. Every day, we count as a blessing. I love to hear his voice when he first wakes up in the morning. It is a reminder, every day, of Gods’ blessings. I keep a caringbridge… I would like to share with you. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/lukedefilippo
    Love, Your sister in Christ. Laura DeFilippo

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    1. barrentoblessed

      Thank you for reaching out to me. How incredible that your son has proven the doctors wrong! I love hearing about the miracles and wonders of our Father through children. I will definitely check your Caring Bridge site. Until then, keep on walking. – Caroline


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