Airborne

2013-12-25 01.49.51  When I was very little, my dad would toss me up in the air and catch me. I was supposed to enjoy the experience. My little sister would giggle and ask to do it again.

I was terrified of heights.

I feel like my life can be compared to that memory of being thrown airborne, this time by my heavenly rather than my earthly father and, true to character, I am terrified.

But I don’t need to be afraid because God, the same one that knows minutia about birds in the air and lilies in the field loves me and never misses the mark. I put my future into your hands and will enjoy the adventure of being airborne.

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