Can you walk by faith without knowing the final destination?

Frederick Buechner:  “Faith is not being sure where you are going, but going anyway because God gave the directions.”

This quote reminds me of my move to Arizona.  I obeyed the call to move even before I knew where I was going. I packed up my household with my girls by faith that God would have shown me where we were moving to by the time we got in the moving truck.

All I had was the name of a city. I was able to figure out the location eventually from where the city was sitting on the map. From there I figured where the Lord wanted me to move with my family.

Can you walk by faith without knowing the final destination?

Then I got in the truck, fully packed…with no money. I believed by faith that God would provide where he was guiding. So I stopped at the bank on the way to my new home in a new city. I applied for a loan.

As I was driving from California to Arizona. So I continued my journey not knowing how things would work out. While I was driving to Arizona, I got the call on my cell phone that my loan was approved. 

I arrived in Arizona just before the rental office closed to sign the lease, pay the man, and get the keys to our new home.

That was one faith adventure as a single mom of two. More stories of faith are in my book, God’s Prosperity, sold on Paypal.

Frederick Buechner is a theologian, ordained Presbyterian minister and writer. He’s also an unlikely social media sensation, with more than 1.5 million followers. On July 11, 2016, he turned 90.

My name is Nek’ka Migel and it’s been my pleasure to share a little from my life experience as provoked by the above quote of Frederick Buechner.

So I’ll ask it again, “Can you walk by faith without knowing the final destination? “

Have a good evening, everyone! And thanks for stopping by.