Re: Which Face will Win the Race?
- Hey man
Jus 2 let u no ur site iz a blessin man
da Lord has not finished with any of us n he chose all 4 a reason
keep liftin His name keep liftin his praisw keep liftin his power.
--- In Jesusemail@example.com, "ThomH" <th2950@...> wrote:
> Good Guys,
> I just returned from the Exodus International Freedom Conference. It
> was amazing and encouraging to see so many men and women coming together
> to celebrate change and to lift each other up in the effort. We can
> resist these temptations; God provides a way for all of us.
> As I posted a new blog piece this morning, I was reflecting a bit on the
> past and the long and painful journey some of us have to endure to
> experience the joy of finishing the race. I hope you'll read it and let
> me know your thoughts. It's called Which Face will Win the Race? and
> all you have to do is click this link to read it:
> Here's a little piece from it:
> When I am still and focused, I try to see the past as God sees it in his
> way of flowing time where past and present and future meld into just
> being. Where was and is and still to be are . . . one. And I see a
> little boy, a struggling teen, a stumbling man and . . . I know them.
> Indeed, when I try really hard to see all three as God does . . . I even
> like them. I see them in snapshots, first with an old black-and-white
> Polaroid, then a Kodachrome Kodak Instamatic, then in digital
> brilliance. A little boy with a burr . . . a kid with a cowlick . . . a
> teen with shaggy hair on his shoulders . . . a man with graying
> thinness. Snap . . . snap . . . blink.
> God Bless,