Eyes of Faith


I had to catch a flight back to Sydney from Melbourne today for the Colour Conference and dear S took the City Circle tram with me to Southern Cross Station to catch the coach to Avalon.

We only had 30 minutes in total to do that, plus waiting time.

I’ve got this thing about time and I get anxious if I run late. Today was one of those days, what more it’s about catching a flight.

We had to run for the City Circle tram, which came just in time, and the road crossing light changed just in time for us to get on it (with S exclaiming ‘Thank God!!!!’).

By the time we got off the tram, we only had 5 minutes to run down a distance (mind you, it looked quite a bit of distance with a trolley luggage and big backpack!) to a station where we had to figure which coach goes to Avalon.

We only made it in the nick of time, where I boarded last and had absolutely no breath, a very dry mouth from huffing and panting, and lungs on fire.

I admit. I did wonder at some point earlier on if I should have just saved myself an ease of mind by taking a cab. Just so I don’t have to make a mad rush, just so I don’t have to be anxious about time management. But God probably had that all figured out and S could see that much better when the tram first came in a timely fashion. I must say, He can be real cool at times 🙂

Mustard seed of faith, wherefore art thou? Those giants must fall before I can see the hand of God move in my life. I may not see what can take place 1 hour, 1 week, 1 year ahead of time, but God is already there, ahead of me.

“Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they?” Matthew 6:26