Quite possibly the most reliable form ...
Great quote and picture to go with it. But I want to know the story behind the picture. I can't quite see how far this leap of faith was.
Ginny, my husband and I took another "country roads trip" earlier this week. We stopped at this beautiful creek for a picnic. John David crossed the creek by stepping on pieces of driftwood, but he had quite a leap to make it! The water is deeper than it looks because the water there is so clear. I'll post more pics later. By the way, I didn't attempt to cross over!
We all must learn to take those leaps of faith sometimes.
Great illustration for the topic. Faith based upon Scripture. Thanks.
How 'bout a leap right into the water????? ha ha ..... I do have faith--but when it come to crossing the creek (when we are hiking) ---I always get my feet wet!!!! I just can't LEAP anymore.... haGreat picture to go with your quote.Hugs,Betsy
Thanks for your visit and encouraging words on my blog! Enjoyed the photo and the quote. As we go through life taking small steps of faith every day, perhaps it becomes easier to learn to trust and take the bigger leaps of faith.
Woo Hoo! Sign him up for the long jump. I'd have ended up on my backside soaking wet :)
LOVE it! I had to get Philip in here to see this one. :) And, of course, he stayed to see the ones before and after... :)
Oh I absolutely love this "leap of faith" picture. It seems like I'm doing that a lot!The little river is so pretty with the branches growing all around. It reminds me of how much I like to be in the mountains.
Post a Comment