SURVIVING SLIPPERY ROADS

Sherry:

I, too, have landed in a few ditches by pressing forward on a decision without consideration to the impact on my faith in God…But even if we make a decision and it leads to travelling a slippery road we can know a safe, albeit nerve-wracking, journey if we do what faith’s practice in previous life’s lessons has taught us. Still, knowing to do what is right and doing it is the best road to take.

Originally posted on A DEVOTED LIFE:

“This charge I entrust to you, Timothy, my child, in accordance with the prophecies previously made about you, that by them you may wage the good warfare, holding faith and a good conscience.  By rejecting this, some have made shipwreck of their faith…” 1 Timothy 1:18-19

Icy Roads, Take Me HomeWe have experienced a prolonged inversion that has kept the temperature from surpassing 10 degrees F.  Then a storm blew through our area.  I had hoped that the storm-front would provide a little relief from cold temperatures by acting as an atmospheric blender. Unfortunately, the storm was like a fondant that encrusted our world in ice.

That made my commute into work an adventure.

I realized that the roads were bad when my greeting to the county highway was a car trunk awkwardly peeking out from the opposite shoulder of the road.  I am still questioning the wisdom of my decision not to turn around at that moment and head back to the safety…

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