Father and Son | Grounding | Security

“As a string of tow snaps when it touches fire, so his strength was not discovered” (Judges 16:9)

A father took his young son out to fly a kite. The sky was clear and the breeze was just right for kite-flying. And so, to the boy’s delight, the kite soared up and up until the entire ball of string had run out. As the youngster held on tightly to the stick to which the string was tied, he could feel the kite dance and tug against it. Then, he said, “I want the kite to go higher.” “It can’t go higher,” said the father, “there is no more string.” “The string is holding the kite back,” the boy replied. “Let’s…

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