Growing up – most if not all of us spent some of our time on the playground and I am going to assume that most playgrounds had Monkey Bars. The things that looked like ladders, but you had to go across by swinging from rung to rung with your hands and arms…I personally hated them. I avoided them at all cost. If I ever did get on them, I would just hang there until I couldn’t feel my hands any longer and had to let go. I cannot think of a moment where I actually scaled this contraption successfully by my self. Sad, I know.
But what can Monkey Bars tell us about our now? About who we are as adults? A lot actually. C.S. Lewis, the late Christian scholar, who I admire tremendously – had a great quote: “Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars…
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(Take the time during the music selections to pray for God to bring understanding and wisdom and alignment with Him into your heart and soul.)
“My tongue will talk of Thy righteous help all the day long.” Psalms 71:24.
“Albert Einstein said, “Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.”
We are a laboratory of faith, and our ideas can be proved within each individual living them. I ask you today to think about your faith, your ideas and how they have proven true in your life. Oh, it may have not happened in your idea of perfect timing but it did in God’s idea of perfect timing.
There are fundamentals of the belief system that can enhance/ support, encourage, or even change your daily life experience as taught by our Savior, Jesus Christ. One of the fundamentals is that God is absolute good, and everywhere…
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