Time for the perennial visit of the little girl who is about to do something she never did before. With talk of children being abused or neglected, this should provide relief to even the skeptical that a Father’s love can be trusted.

The Lions Den

An everyday complaint in blogsville is filed somewhere against  ‘Faith is believing in what you know ain’t true,’ a common  short-sighted idea attributed to Mark Twain. This is usually cited to rail against the scriptures, God, and people of faith. An alleged ‘ace in the hole’ of an argument that supposes things not seen cannot be proven.  Of course many hop on this short train trip as it heads off the cliff of reason and reality. Which reminds me.

Image result for a child jumping off a wall

A child of two is standing atop a wall, 6 feet off the ground. Her father standing below her says ‘Jump honey.’ Of course she is immediately fearful and shakes her head sideways. She doubts. She never jumped before; she has no evidence, she was never in this place on this wall; she never saw her father below her looking so small and far away. ‘C’mon, I’ll catch you.’ She hopes

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7 Responses to Jump!

  1. Citizen Tom says:

    That was definitely worthy of a rerun. Thank you. We should all pray to have a childlike faith in our Father in Heaven

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  2. Amen, Colorstorm! I love this one. A child like faith, indeed. Also, if you want a sneak peek into how it all ends, He catches her and she squeals in delight. 🙂

    And then there are those who would cruelly whisper into that child’s ear, “your Father can’t be trusted, He won’t catch you, He isn’t real.” Who would do such a thing? Milestones, I tell ya, and being cast into the sea.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      How can I not include the squealing of delight!!

      Tks for that reminder msb, as that wordless wonder speaks volumes of trust and approval.

      And of course your millstone. A weight I would not want. But I miss those yesterdays, when time seemed slower, and the kids were so dependent and guileless.

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  3. That is one of the best analogies for faith I have ever read. Good post!

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  4. Tricia says:

    Enjoy this the first time around and now the second!


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