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  1. When God points out a clear next step, just take it – ALWAYS good advice!
    Loved your account here and would definitely love to hear more about the ways that act of obedience touched your future.

  2. God has used this analogy with me so many times. I love this picture of trusting our Eternal Daddy. He is so faithful, worthy of our trust.
    Thank you for such a wonderful post.

  3. I, too, have had “cliff jumping” moments! Only ONE was actually jumping off a cliff into the water as a college freshman! Others included choosing a short-term missions trip after college and deciding to say yes if my (now) husband proposed!

  4. I have been avoiding a cliff jump for years and still fight it every day. I feel like a cartoon character with an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other. Just thinking about making the jump terrifies me and makes my stomach turn. It’s actually quite stressful. I logically know that God has my best interest at heart, but emotionally, I guess I’m still unsure. What blessings am I missing by not obeying him? MANY! And yet, I still struggle to obey.

  5. Or it might be letting you college age son go to school five hours away truly letting go. I am so glad that Jesus is there to catch me as I fall.
    Thank you so much for this beautiful reminder Ginny.
    Blessings and Grace…

  6. Ginny, I love that you are courageous, and funny, and real. So glad you jumped into the waters of (in)courage too. This has been one of the biggest leaps God has ever asked me to take. And it has been amazing. So glad to share it with you!

  7. Just the thought of jumping off a cliff like that scares me to no end. I’ve been working on overcoming my fear of heights. But I know that faith involves stepping out into the unknown and trusting God to catch me.
    Thanks for sharing your story of taking that leap.