Tindell Baldwin »

The princess game


When I was little my brothers and I had a game we would play with my dad on our family trampoline. I was, of course, the princess and my three brothers were the villans trying to capture me. I would sit in the middle of the trampoline while my dad circled around me knocking all my brothers away. We would play for hours, my brothers trying desperately to get through my dads barrier but he was always stronger (although now I bet that game would go much differently). I was never worried, I always knew that even though my brothers out numbered my dad they couldn’t beat his strength. If they would start to come too close all I had to do was call out to my dad and he would come to rescue the princess.

I imagine life isn’t a whole lot different, God standing in front of me protecting me from the evil in this world with his strength. He may be out numbered but he can never be outsmarted or over come. All I have to do is call out his name and he will come running to my aid. He won’t leave me stranded to fight alone. He knows things will try to attack but with the power of his hand I will not fall. He places me, like a princess, in the middle of his binding love and tells the evil things in this world that I have a place at the foot of the cross. I have a place where nothing can harm me. I have a place in my fathers arms. I may not be eight anymore but the principle is still the same.

Exodus 14:14

The Lord will fight for you: you need only to be still.

Back to TopEMAILPOSTFacebookPOSTTweetPOSTSubscribe
  • chelle - Stumbled upon your blog today… Read the one post, and then several more. You are an encouragement and I don't think it was really accidental that I "found" your blog! Exodus 14:14 is one of my favorite verses… thanks for blogging 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tindell Baldwin - Thank you so much! I love when I can encourage people although I feel bad taking the credit God has given me words.. im just the messenger!ReplyCancel

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*

S u b s c r i b e
S e a r c h