Do you ever feel adrift?? read the ariticle from "Our Daily Bread ministries.org". about keeping
eyes on the Horizon...
This is such good advice...the article is from today's Daily Bread..
As an elderly person, I need to continue to look forward to the City I'm traveling
No matter what age we are we encounter a rocky ship from time to time.
the little girl in this story I had a big problem with seasickness, so woe is me
( ha ha)...I never could take an ocean cruise.
I've always wanted to enjoy that luxury,
but as I grew older I realized that there are so many other wonderful LAND cruises to
I put aside that 'poor me' attitude and have found many wonderful things in life
and I keep my eyes on the Horizon God has in store for me.
Travel to other states by way of Air or car or bus works just fine. Although I have
some physical weaknesses it doesn't keep me from going on wonderful exciting day
or week long trips. I look forward to new adventures by not dwelling
on what I can't do, but by seeking out what I can do! Most importantly, I find
what kind of help I need physically in order to go on the
trip..I'm still able to walk,
not too far without pain, but with the aid of a walker, I can participate and enjoy
We have been blessed with a beautiful world to explore, what I can't do by way
or air I can watch beautiful videos of other countries and cultures..but with all that said.. this is the "City on the Horizon" of our lives. Live today with your eyes on the
Horizon, ,life is only temporary.
We are given the promise of the end of the Horizon and what it holds for you.
You have God's promise of that!
Remember, "This is the day
the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it"