I read this little passage tonight.
It’s about doing something. It’s about making choices. It’s about radical faith.
And, it’s beautiful.
Healing begins when we do something. Healing begins when we reach out. Healing starts when we take a step.
God’s help is near and always available, but it is only given to those who seek it. Nothing results from apathy. . .
God honors radical, risk-taking faith.
When arks are built, lives are saved. When soldiers march, Jerichos tumble. When staffs are raised, seas still open. When a lunch is shared, thousands are fed. And when a garment is touched–whether by the hand of an anemic woman in Galilee or by the prayers of a beggar in Bangladesh–Jesus stops. He stops and responds. ~Max Lucado
So much meaning, in so few words. . .
Healing begins when we reach out, when we take that first step, when we leap with a radical, breath-taking, beautiful faith.
Help is always available–we just need to learn to ask for it.
Because when we do. . .
He stops. He hears our prayers. He’s got our backs. His outstretched arms are there to catch us when we find the courage to finally take that leap.
So what’s stopping you. . .
From doing something? From choosing to heal? From living a life full of radical and reckless faith?
Jesus stops. . .
So we can keep moving forward.
Choose healing. Choose faith. Choose to leap. Just, choose something.
What’s stopping you?