I have always been a girl who loves a walk. Often, while people are talking and socializing, I will be the one who slips out back. I want to know what’s in the back of the beyond. Even now, sitting at this computer, somewhere I hear the slam of a squeaky screen door and picture myself looking for that path that leads through the woods.
There are so many things you can do just besides the walking on a walk. There’s thinking, ruminating, wondering, discovering hidden treasures, finding God just to name a few.
Walking sets the mind free and takes it off its tether.
On this particular walk not long ago, I found myself wandering out the back door and being let further by a little dot of yellow in a sea of green. It beckoned me closer, and the breeze caused it to nod encouragment, as if I needed it.
Have you ever noticed that flowers and tree’s don’t need to talk? This one beckoned me without saying a word.
I found myself kneeling at the clover looking for the four-leaf……and for a moment I felt like the kid I used to be when I could hear the trees whispering and actually believe that leprechaun’s were hiding behind them.
I wonder, does imagination lose its power, or do we let it go?
And as I leaned in with my camera, she beckoned me closer still. I saw her intricate beauty and I wondered why she was there all alone.
God planted her just He has planted me.
She blooms for His glory all by herself, not even having to try. Maybe she knows something I don’t. Could it possibly be that easy?
I am intrigued with the idea of God walking. I am captivated by the thought that someday God will walk with me in the cool of the evening like He did His first kids.
God walks, imagine that.
And now I am thinking of another very important thought.
Of all the walks I have taken, I have only regretted the ones I didn’t take. It hurts me now to think of times when someone asked me to go and I thought I had better things to do.
So today, if someone asks you to go or if your spirit tugs at you to step outside and walk down the road?
Whatever you do, don’t say no.
Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day……Genesis 3:8
Yes, He walks…..that proves it.