Today, as I write this Journal Blog, it is the official 10-Year Remembrance Day of 9/11.
Dedications have touched lives. Memorials have stilled time. And stories will continue to be told of how 9/11 has been forever etched on our hearts and minds.
Like the majority of you, I’ve watched footage clips being replayed of that catastrophic morning and seen the bellowing smoke and rubble spewing out of the Twin Towers as they plummeted to the ground.
During it all, these particular questions keep coming to my mind – When the “twin towers” of our life crumble to the ground, what do we do? Who do we turn to? Where do we run for help?
Hudson Taylor once said, “It is not a great faith that we need, but faith in a great God.”
What do you say?