A camel is sure-footed and can see in the dark, I kept telling myself. Our caravan navigated up a rocky path that wound its way along the edge of Mt. Sinai. We hoped to reach the summit by sunrise.
My husband, riding the camel behind me, yelled, "Don't look down!" Thankfully, I didn't. Instead I looked up.
The expansive, star-filled sky glimmered like buckets of rhinestones poured across black velvet. I finally relaxed and swayed to the stepping rhythm of an enormous beast. As we continued to climb, one of our Arab guides broke into song, his voice deep and mellow.
A peace filled my heart and I worshipped my Lord, the Creator of the Universe.
Think of a time when you were assured of God's presence.
It can happen, you know, when you are doing the most ordinary things, washing dishes, mowing the yard, doing another load of laundry, or riding a camel. Stay alert and don't miss Him.
"It is in the everyday things of life that we realize the magnificent deity of Jesus Christ."
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