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One of my favorite illustrations of faith is a cartoon I saw years ago. I no longer remember who wrote it or the title of the cartoon, but the picture and dialogue are crystal clear: Grandpa and his grandson who is about five years old are out for a walk on a winter day. Grandpa is leading the way without looking behind himself. All you see of the grandson, because of the depth of the snow, is his stocking cap. Grandpa speaks, “Snow my boy? Why, this is nothin’! When I was your age we had snow so deep it was over my head!” When we are going through the difficulties of this thing called life, we are often in over our heads. As we mature in our walks with Christ, we often look back like Grandpa and see that the snow drifts were not quite so insurmountable. But, then again, what happens if we get a really big snow storm…

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