North Kent Group
- Monthly Pastoral Letter
As we enter the middle of the year I find myself thinking how quickly time is passing!
More recently my eldest daughter walks with me and I recently found myself
remembering a route we walked whilst on holiday in Devon.
It was from Beer to Branston and was approximately 3miles. The beginning started with a steep incline taking us onto the cliff tops where the views were breathtaking. As we continued we had to pass through a field full of cattle, some had gathered around the gate we had to exit from, Ella and I were both fretful of them but managed to gain the courage to pass. When we reached the end and was overlooking Branston, it was again a wonderful view!
But was then faced with steep steps to descend.
Who would of thought a walk of such a short distance was going to be such a challenge for us....
Oh, let me see Thy footmarks,
Our lives are full of challenging moments and can be referenced as a journey - each our own personal pilgrimage. As we walk our journey let's take the time to take in the beauty around us, let's try not to look down at muddy puddles, but up at glorious rainbows, and know that Jesus walks beside us, admiring his creation too and ready to carry us when needed.
May God the Father who created you, guide your footsteps
With love and blessings,
|Last Update - 01-Jun-2019|