In Walk in Her Sandals - Option A

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Option #1:  Read the quote, ponder the question and leave your thoughts in the comments below

Feel free to reply to the comments from the others on this walk with us!

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Option #3:  Do Both!

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  • Judy

    Who, or what, would I need to see to believe without any doubts?

    I have felt this many, many times. To me, it seems inconceivable to not have these thoughts at least once: we are human, after all.

    Sometimes I imagine Jesus sitting across from me while I’m in my prayer chair. It’s a powerful exercise. One day I will meet Jesus face-to-face, yet I would love to see him in front of me right now. Is that a selfish thing to want? I have no doubts, just this singular want.

    • Allison Gingras

      Oh I don’t think that is selfish, and I am very certain you are not alone in that desire. You have at least me feeling the same way lol . Probably why I love Adoration so much, I feel like that is my face to face time with Jesus this side of Heaven!

  • Kelly Wahlquist

    Judy and Allison, I do the same thing every time I’m in adoration—I picture Jesus sitting there. There are times when I am tired, either physically or spiritual, or both, and I think, “Lord, can I just curl up by your feet and rest a while.” There is something about picturing him there that is very comforting.

    • Mary

      I love the idea of being physically close to Jesus, sitting at his feet, laying my head on his shoulder when I am weary of the world. One day.

    • Judy

      Kelly, I like the image of curling up with Jesus. I’m going to remember this image. Thanks

  • Deidra

    I too love adoration. It is my weekly therapy. I go visit Jesus and let him know all that is going on. It’s like having a best friend.

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