I’ve been asked it at the grocery store, the gas station, in text messages and emails, and in a steady stream of phone calls from good friends… people, I’m sure, aren’t trying to pry, but are simply demonstrating their concern and curiosity. Thank you.
Recently, a reader named Kali has posted a number of questions here on my blog. Well, Kali, here we go. Hang on tight, because we’re going to look for some answers.
The Israelites were probably a little apprehensive about the plan, which was apparently to cross a flooded river into an occupied land and drive out all the nations that had called it their home for generations.
Time and again, God has provided safety and blessing. And, even when things looked uncertain—or downright scary—He led us through those times on dry ground, into the place he has promised for us.
We can become so insecure about what direction God might want for us that we become paralyzed with fear about the future, or uncertainty, and we go nowhere.