Don’t Look at Your Feet

Inspirational post on this Sunday from Silverstrands. Check out this blog.


I have been ”over thinking” for a couple of days.

 I have some decisions to make, some plans to present and some options to consider.

 It’s hard to maintain eye contact with Jesus when you are distracted by that which you are stumbling over.

 I am reminded of a time when I was a guest at a wedding reception. The father of the bride was a ballroom dance instructor. His performance on the dance floor was stunning. All eyes were on him as he and his new bride daughter floated across the dance floor.

 Later in the evening the magic moment occurred. This father came up to me and asked me to dance.

 Honored, I walked with him to the dance floor. As the music started my eyes immediately fell to my feet. At the same moment I felt the palm of my partner’s hand lifting my chin. His words…

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