πŸ”₯” Walking in the midst of the fire. ” πŸ”₯

“The road is too rough,” I said;
“It is uphill all the way;
No flowers, but thorns instead;
And the skies over head are grey.”
One took my hand at the entrance dim,
Sweet is the road that I walk with him.
“The cross is too great,” I cried—
“More than the back can bear,
So rough and heavy and wide,
And nobody by to care.”
One stooped softly & touched my hand:
I know. I care. And I understand.”
Then why do we fret and sigh;
Cross-bearers all we go:
But the road ends by-and-by
In the dearest place we know,
And every step in the journey we
May take in the Lord’s own company.
Walking in the midst of the fire.
Daniel 3:25
@ Streams in the Desert
by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman
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I'm an individual who loves life and all that it entails. I have an associate's degree in Industrial Systems Technology, and Electrical Control Systems. Photography, sports, music, guitars, writing, artwork, swimming, small engines, journals, biking, workouts, reading, Church groups, volunteering, I can say I indulge in all things. I don't just associate myself with vast activities, but I am good and do my best at everything that I learn or tackle in life. I am currently writing a book. I do have a great career in the one of the military armed forces as an electricians mate. I'm working on another degree for my self development. I worked as a professional small engine and power equipment specialist for 10yrs before joining the armed forces. I am currently writing a book and I hope to share the proceeds of this book to those who are less fortunate in life. My goal is to give back to those unfortunate people in life and the world. Giving back and doing something for others makes life fulfilling because you are investing in the good and improvement of mankind, and human beings.

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