It’s interesting to me that so many people view this road as narrow.
This narrow path saved our children from danger.
My daughter held her daddy’s hand as she hiked this trail in Pigeon Forge.
She was safe, secure, and satisfied that he had her best interest at heart.
He would not bring her harm, even though she was scared.
And guess what? At the end of that narrow road…she experienced LIFE!
Glorious Life! Life to its Fullest!
The same is true of our Heavenly Father.
He has come to give us abundant Life!
Through my saving relationship with Him,
I am safe, secure and satisfied.
There is a way to experience that Life,
and it’s quite simple…his name is Jesus Christ.
‘I came that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.’
Do you know my Jesus?
I am up WAY too late…can't sleep…and I love this post. The funny thing is, I was going to post pictures from Pigeon Forge, well, actually Gatlinburg, on my Sunday post but decided to wait until next Sunday. Beautiful picture of our Father's love for us, Jen!
really beautiful post Jen
sisters in the Lord, my friend.
I have always admired your unabashed love for the Saviour.
The road IS narrow and sometimes bumpy …. but the refreshment at the end is amazing.
What beautiful photos…I wish I could live somewhere pretty and green!
I know him, sister. And I love Him that He loves me through it all.
I struggle sometimes with being perfect for Him. I know I am not and I know I cannot. And I know He made me not to be.
My relationship with Him ebbs and flows in around this mystical perfection concept.
His grace and ability to show me His love through all of my hang ups is amazing.
delightful post …
"Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it."
I love this. So beautiful. And those mountains are one of my family's favorite places…. hoping to be back there this summer. LOVE this post!!! Hope you are doing great.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. For the CVS Pampers.. I printed out the page and took it in. I made sure that I told them it was posted on their website and does NOT say select stores… and they printed the $5 ECB after each transaction up to 3 b/c that is the Pampers limit!
Beautiful post, Jen! Great pictures!
Beautiful post and well said!