In Psalms 23:4, the Bible states:
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou artwith me; Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
“Ye though I walk through the valley …”; just because we go through “valley experiences”, doesn’t mean that we have to live there; remember, it says “through” the valley. I believe that the faster that we learn how to go “through” the lows in our lives, the more we will be able to appreciate the “highs”.
We just recently left the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado, but the spectacular mountain top views that we experienced, didn’t come without “the valleys”. We don’t always talk about the “difficult days” in our nomadic lifestyle, but they do come. Mountains are gorgeous to look at, but remember, between every two mountains, is a valley.
Food For Thought:
What “valley” are you experiencing today? Celebrate the victory, from the “Mountain Tops”, but learn how to appreciate your experiences, “In the Valley”. God is with us there too … #PsalmsTwentyThree