11 February, 2008

Life Of Faith

Some of you who know me well might have noticed that I've been kinda quiet lately. Others may have thought they were getting a reprieve! No such luck. It's not like there's nothing going on, there is. I want to share with you words that I received today from my Pastor, he is a dear man; and this is precisely why I think so:

"The best part of our life of faith is not knowing what will happen, but Who will walk with us in the unfolding of life. If we knew in advance the difficulties of the journey we would be too afraid to move; but as it is God will watch over us and walk with us in all that is to come."

Aren't those terrific, comforting words? They are! Especially meaningful during Lent, I cherish them and offer them to you, today; wherever you are in your journey!

Life is Good!

10 comments:

quiltteacher said...

Well said Pastor W.

mamaspark said...

You have no idea how much I *needed* to hear something like that today.
Thanks.

Juliann in WA said...

Thank you for posting this. I needed to read those wonderful words and to be reminded that I am not walking alone.

Ancestor Collector said...

Big {HUG}!!

Su Bee said...

Oh, that is so comforting. I know someone who really needs to hear this today - I'll send her right over.
(and I'll send you a big hug and a prayer)

Tanya said...

Thank you. I needed those words today.

Jeanne said...

Thanks for sharing your pastor's comforting words. It never hurts to be reminded that we aren't alone.

Karen Dianne Lee said...

I couldn't agree more. Personally experiencing Love, *karendianne.

Shelina said...

I hope your difficulties work out quickly and smoothly.

Quiltdivajulie said...

One of my favorite quotes is this: "When you come to the edge of all the light you know and are about to step into the darkness of the unknown. Faith is knowing that one of two things will happen. There will be solid ground to stand on or you will be taught to fly." (author unknown)

Thanks for sharing your pastor's wonderful words in your post today.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.