Is there an echo?  I believe there is. I feel as though my journey has led me into a deep canyon where I feel isolated and alone.  As I write this post, I’m calling out to see if there are any voices other than my own returning echo.  Please speak to show there is!

It has been a difficult three months for me, but God has helped me stay on track in my Chronological reading of the Bible.  I have fallen behind a few days here and there, but He has always helped me catch up before too many chapters got ahead of me.

I miss you all, but I’ve continued to pray for you in my quiet times.  Have you sensed the Lord’s help on your journey?  Are you finding great hope and comfort from His Word?  Are you still amazed at the privilege we have to read His Story as He wrote it for our ears, in this time and this season?  I am at times, yet many times I forget.  God continues to lead me forward through His Word.  He wants me to know Him in a way only His Word reveals.  What a gift!


I may hear my echo reverberating across the wide canyon of my feelings, but I know you are all traveling this road with me.  We will gather together at the end of 2011 and recount all our stories for His glory.  Please tell me you’ll still be there.  It is a great comfort to me to know it is true, but more than this – is the Truth that He will never leave me alone in the canyons of my soul.  He is with me and will be with me still.  AND He will be with YOU!

If you have the time, please send a quick reply and let me know how you’re doing.  I’ve missed your voice along the way.

Published by Debi Walter

Tom and Debi have been sharing encouragements through their blogs for many years. Marriage, Reading God's Word and documenting family history is our focus. Growing in our relationship with the Lord is primary in all we say, write or do. We are grateful for all who desire to join us in the same endeavors.

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  1. I am traveling with you and have been greatly encouraged by God’s word this past week! It is such a comfort to know that even in the “silent” times, we can still hear his voice through the written word, and know that he will meet us there each time.


    1. Yes, Alisha. I am so grateful for God’s written Word. It is a constant voice we can hear even when we are facing silence. I miss you – thank you for commenting!


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