Our Part Is To Hold On

I know that you have probably been on a roller coaster ride and your companion probably looked at you and said laughingly, “Hold on tight!” Well, that happened to me once and only once because I am not a fan of roller coasters. I hate the feeling of not being in control and hurtling around corners and down hills at a high rate of speed. My children had assured me that this particular coaster was very mild and I could check off my item on my bucket list about riding a roller coaster. (Actually, I don’t remember putting that particular item on there, but I was assured that it was there.) So, with much fanfare and hesitation, I rode the coaster, watched my husband’s eyes twinkle as he told me to hold on. I don’t remember much of the ride, just the terror and the screaming because my children’s idea of a mild ride was not the same as mine.

Sometimes I think that life can be like a roller coaster ride, with unexpected twists and turns, a slow move to the top of the hill and a death-defying plunge to the unknown at the bottom. Throughout life, God has always been there for me and never wavered, always reminding me to just hold on to Him. I may not know what is coming or how the future may affect me, but God does and He is always faithful. I don’t have to be afraid or anxious in any way because God is the one who has told me to hold on and He will do the rest!

Have a blessed and wonderful Saturday, filled with moments in which you hold on and God is faithful!

4 thoughts on “Our Part Is To Hold On

  1. In a ride like that, the difference between being terrified and having a wonderful time is whether one feels safe.
    I was on a small plane that was going through some turbulence. People were gripping the arms of their seats with terrified looks on their faces. But I had spent the whole trip talking to my heavenly Daddy, and felt He was bouncing me on His knee. 😏

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