One night a house caught fire and a young boy was forced to flee flames by jumping to the ground from the roof.
His father stood on the ground below with outstretched arms, calling to his son,
“Jump! I’ll catch you.”
But the boy was afraid — he couldn’t see his father — all he could see was flame, smoke, and blackness.
He was afraid.
Still, his father kept yelling:
“Jump son! I will catch you!”
But the boy refused, crying, “Daddy, I can’t see you!”
His father replied, “It’s ok son — I can see you — and that’s all that matters!”
Sometimes we find ourselves in the midst of the fiery trials of life!
And all we can see is the smoke and the flames.
But faith is knowing who will catch us when take that leap.
God delights in responding to our faith.
He wants us to jump into His arms — especially when we can’t see Him.
George Mueller said:
“Faith does not operate in the realm of the possible.
There is no glory for God in that which is humanly possible.
Faith begins where man’s power ends.”