I remember the story of a man who went boating on beautiful summer morning, the waters were clear, the river having silver streaks of glistening strides, the sun was at its best, shining down on every earthly element around, making a golden party of all hues and shades in view. It was a beautiful day of rhyming symphonies in summary and this man went boating with excitement and glee not just for a good ride but for a beautiful day. He was at it and leisurely paddling on when suddenly a huge wave came against his boat and before he could understand what was happening he found himself in the water. His boat was no where to be found, being washed away by the wave and though a good swimmer, this man had a hard time swimming against the tides as they hit and splattered against him in heavy torrents. Soon his strength was wayning his eyes hurting with salt and his arms ached from frantic stroking. Looking above the waters at some point, he realised he was farther from shore than he had expected and for the first time the dreadful thought washed over him “maybe i’ll never make it to shore” his heart jumped at the seeming reality and just then another heavy wave hit him and this time almost knocking him unconscious. As he struggled weakly he wished for help and momentarily cried out for one.
Suddenly he heard a voice behind him say “I would have helped you but you wont keep still”.
Remain Ever Blessed,
Glow Ministries intl.