Be inspired to live the life of blind faith in God’s path even if you feel unsure, out of place, or discontent!
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We swerved around a fallen pine tree as we explored the narrow creek.
We were hesitant about hitting bottom, or worse, getting
The depth finder registered 10 feet. We were beginning to
realize a water depth of ten feet was far more common here than the 90-foot
rivers we normally saw in Washington state.
We were unfamiliar with these Florida creeks and bayous, but
we followed the creek curve after curve into the dense backwoods waterway.
The sun was beginning to fade, so we trusted our path would
soon open into the larger and more familiar Choctawhatchee Bay nearby.
I thought about the first explorers to discover this land.
We had a map and GPS.
They had nothing but blind faith that the river would lead them somewhere.
Abraham didn’t have a map of where he was going either, yet by faith he went…