“Stepping Into An Uncharted Future” by Garris Elkins

by | Nov 14, 2010 | Faith, Hope, Revelation, Revival | 1 comment

Sociologists and cultural pollsters don’t work with initial revelation – they study the history of past events. Those who leave a mark in this life walk into a developing history that is uncharted and undefined. Our heroes of faith are those who stepped into places where the rest of us feared to tread. They had no road signs of research to calm their fears along the unmapped path of faith.

Developing history does not always have a sociological model to work within. Those who leave a mark in our lives did not first poll for statistics to determine their next step. They simply stepped towards the Voice. I wonder what would happen today if you and I did not weigh the cost of the journey or draw from the opinions of others to determine our buy-in to God’s agenda? Maybe the personal and cultural transformation we are praying for would actually take place in this God-pleasing environment of raw faith because we stepped towards something not yet seen.

1 Comment

  1. Jan Elkins

    So good…an encouraging word and a challenge. God was reminding me that He looks throughout the whole earth looking for one person who is putting their faith in Him, and what He can do with and through just one person for the Kingdom of God. He is getting our attention!


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