Wednesday, March 31, 2010

This Journey...

Sometimes this path we are on seems like there is no end in sight. Or our journey may put us on a path not many others are traveling. It's easy to to feel lonely. We let all our doubts and insecurities overtake us. It makes us question who we are. What our purpose is.

We see angry storm clouds ahead which fill us with fear. Looking over our shoulder the thought of fleeing is strong. But our faith keeps us pushing forward, knowing we have a purpose. That there is a plan for us, even when there are times that plan is not clear to us.

And I believe when we reach the end of the road there will be dancing and joy. The celebration will be jubilant. His purpose for us will be realized. And His promise to us will be recognized.




How do you feel about the journey you are on?

8 comments:

Pat's Place said...

It is a crazy journey I am on right now. The moving is unsettling, the remodel is stuck dead in the middle of the road, and the settling of Mother's estate is taking crazy twists and turns. Lots of bumps in the road.

Kara said...

Hang in there! I think the end of this current journey will be worth it:)

Terri Tiffany said...

Um--hate it right now. But praying the road gets less rocky soon!

Small Town Mamma said...

Some days, overwhelmed, frustrated and frazzled.

But at other times, excited, confident and purpose-ful.

I really want to show my very headstrong but rather scatter-brained daughter that if you harness your energy and direct it, you can achieve anything you want. So that is what I must do!

Kara said...

Teri, hang in there girl it will!
Sasha, what you said about your daughter is awesome. I need to remember that:)

Warren Baldwin said...

Hopeful, expectant. No doubt some pretty big bumps ahead, but things usually smooth out.

Kara said...

Warren, I understand that. I feel the same way:)

Linda said...

Kara what a wonderful post! I feel like I'm at the edge of the cliff trying to muster up the courage and faith I need to jump off. I love what you said about what the end of the road will be like. I often imagine the celebration there will be when we see Him face to face.