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Footprints In The Sand

Footprints

One night a man had a dream.

He dreamed he was walking
along the beach with the LORD.

Across the sky flashed
scenes from his life.

For each scene he noticed two
sets of footprints in the sand:
one belonging to him,
and the other to the LORD.

When the last scene of his life
flashed before him, he looked
back at the footprints in the sand.

He noticed that many times along
the path of his life there
was only one set of footprints.

He also noticed that it happened
at the very lowest and saddest
times in his life.

This really bothered him and
he questioned the LORD about it:
"LORD, you said that once I
decided to follow you, you'd
walk with me all the way.

But I have noticed that during
the most troublesome times in
my life, there is only one
set of footprints.

I don't understand why when
I needed you most you would
leave me."

The LORD replied: "My son, my
precious child, I love you
and I would never leave you.

During your times of trial
and suffering, when you see
only one set of footprints,
it was then that I carried you."

By: Mary Stevenson (1922-1999)

















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