Thursday, April 2, 2009

One Small Step or One Giant Leap?

July 20, 1969 is the day man first walked on the moon. Neil Armstrong stepped down the ladder and onto the moon's surface where he spoke a scripted phrase, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." The only problem is that he boggled his line. He intended to say, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." NASA helped with the "cover-up" and claimed technical difficulties obscured the "a."

Covering up and reinventing history doesn't change the truth. There is no rewind button to go back and play the scene over again. It is what it is!

A huge part of God's restoration in our hearts is taking away our fear of exposure. God changes our hearts so we feel so secure in His love that we can acknowledge mistakes and sins. God's forgiving grace can make us bold to be honest and real!

It is in the moments of exposure that we come to understand best God's amazing grace and to know that He loves us anyway and always!

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