Posted by: trbccoffeebreak | February 17, 2023

A Journey Worth Taking

“But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find.” Matthew 7:14 (NIV)

I could offer you a piece of chocolate cake, but you’d never know how delish it is unless you taste it. I could paint a masterpiece, but you’d never know how beautiful it was unless you saw it. I could conduct a symphony, but you’d never know how sweet the melody sounds unless you listen. I could grow a field of orchids, but you’d never know their fragrant aroma unless you smelled them. I could give you my fav blanket, but you’d never know how it comforts unless you touched it.

Taste, see, hear, smell and touch – the five senses of our lives. Without them life would be bland, colorless and yes boring. Embrace them and life is vibrant – the way God created us to experience everything He created.

Now, I can describe them all for you, but God desires that we each have a first hand encounter with Him. If you want to taste His goodness then you’ve got to trust what He offers. If you want to see His beauty then you’ve got to read His word. If you want to hear His voice then you’ve got to draw close. If you want to smell the fragrant aroma of His Praise then you’ve got to grow where you’re planted. If you want to feel the comfort He brings then you’ve got to curl up in His lap.

Five senses that transform ordinary into extraordinary. The relationship that invigorates our lives. The journey that’s worth taking – every single day. Don’t settle for someone else’s five – grab your own and experience God fully.

“Father, how awesome to know that You can be found in every part of my being. Help me to know You intimately and enjoy the fruit of sweet fellowship.”

For His Glory

Janet Martin
TRBC Women’s Life

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