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I'm a leaf in the wind

A wonderful friend of mine and I were in the woods recently. To get to our destination, we had to cross a fairly large river. Through poor planning, we only had one pair of waders to protect us from the freezing temperatures. On the journey out, I went without waders. Cold water makes your whole body feel like an ice cream headache. I was making funny noises and moving as fast as I could. After a day of hiking we returned, and he volunteered to go without the waders. He smiled, put his hands together, closed his eyes and said, "I'm a leaf in the wind!" He then walked across the river without any sign of discomfort. Though I know he was in massive pain, he didn't really seem to care.

For weeks, I've been thinking about that profound statement.

God truly is found in our extremity.

It is our privilege to literally commune with God:
To have the privilege of receiving the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, to have the heavens opened unto them, to commune with the gen…