I came across a gem.
A hidden gold mine.
An article written by my dad, Chuck Swindoll, that I must share with you . . .
The hour of 1:00 a.m. comes every night, but there’s one 1:00 a.m. I’ll never forget. While you were likely sound asleep, I was wide awake . . . talking to God like mad!
I was aboard a small twin-engine plane with a seasoned pilot, rapidly descending through a foggy, dense overcast at 200 miles per hour. The pilot was having the time of his life . . . but, frankly, I was scared spitless! At one point he looked over at me, grinned, and said, “Hey, Chuck, isn’t this great?”
I didn’t answer since I was praying.
As our lonely plane cut through the cloudy, pre-dawn sky, I reviewed every verse I knew and confessed every wrong I’d ever done. The closest comparison I can think of is speeding a couple hundred miles an hour down a rush-hour freeway with a white bedsheet wrapped across the windshield and the radio turned up just beneath the threshold of audible pain!
Continue reading to find the secrets of daily trust!
Let Me Hear from You
Chuck lists the secrets of daily trust we can have in the face of fear. Which is the hardest and which is the easiest for you? I would love to hear.
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