If it appears that you have a long arduous trip ahead, be sure to keep the high goal in mind as you move forward listening and following each step of the way.
Like hiking a few miles to the top of a mountain. There is wisdom in “taking it one step at a time,” for each step is necessary to get to the top. However, the inspiration that gets us to the top is not in a singular footstep. It’s in the vision that inspired us to take the hike in the first place. Clinging to that vision emboldens and empowers us to take another step in the right direction.
If facing a financial calamity, a poor health diagnosis, or a relationship in tatters, the road to recovery might appear long and arduous, if not even invisible. But it doesn’t have to be. There is always a solution. God is with you. God has the resources, health and love you’re looking for to bring resolution and healing your way.
Make knowing God’s presence the “top of the mountain,” you seek to climb, and the footsteps it takes to get there will happen quicker and easier.
“The discoverer of Christian Science finds the path less difficult when she has the high goal always before her thoughts, than when she counts her footsteps in endeavoring to reach it”
(Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health, p. 426).