The GLS is over…at least in North America. It is one of my favorite events to work, for many reasons. One of those reasons is that I get a chance to have a front row seat to hear some pretty amazing messages.
In the season I’m in right now, which involves much future uncertainty, Louie Giglio’s message was very timely for me. He had some great content like:
“Life is short. God is big.” and
“To climb the Matterhorn, you’ve got to take one step at a time.”
The second one really resonates with me. I don’t have to know every detail of how to get to the top of the mountain, I just need to take one step.
It reminds me of the classic Rankin/Bass production “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and the song “Put One Foot in Front of the Other” OK, maybe it isn’t exactly the same thing, but what a catchy tune!
For those of us in an uncertain season or in a time where what needs to get done feels too giant to tackle, let’s just take the next step; let’s point ourselves in the right direction and just make the move right in front of us.
So I’m going to dig in and start moving in the direction I sense God leading. Regardless of the size of the mountain, I’m going to get up and take the next step.
To quote the eminent philosopher, Kris Kringle: “If your time of life is at hand, a good place to start is to stand.”