I have acrophobia. Even when walking on the transparent floor in the Sky Tower, it is a small heart that loses strength in the legs. After reaching the middle of the 100-year-old era, I experience a phobia at a cliff-like place in my life. There is a symptom that the strength of the legs is relieved just by looking down steeply from the top of the cliff. However, if you have a strong rope, you will feel scared and scared, but you will be able to descend by relying on the rope. In some cases, you might even fall into the water under a cliff, relying on a 50:50 chance of survival.
But the rock walls you encounter in life are very different stories. It is not the fear we feel from looking down, but when we look down while going up, I think that the fear we will have from above is atrophying ourselves. There will be no rope to rely on, so you will have to install your own safety rope halfway through the climb. The rope will be your lifeline to protect you if you fall. So I think it will be fixed carefully and firmly.
In fact, I don't think most people, myself included, like cliffs or rocks. However, in our life history, or in our religious life, even Jesus was dragged to a precipice and threatened (Luke 4:29), so it is a part that we have to face.
In the 21st year, when I decided to take a new leap, I face the rock wall in front of which I have been bypassing or giving up all the time, and I am determined to climb it myself. Diagnosing the cliff to fall from life in the past half century as training in hardship and adversity, it seems that he has also trained to endure at a time when he can't do anything to the point where he sometimes feels helpless.
When I look back, I realize that I can go down and endure if I have power or energy, whether in my life or my life of faith. I believe that the source of this strength is from the Lord. With the power of the Lord's love, I want to use that power to actively climb the rock wall. Deciding to climb the rock wall that can strengthen our relationship with God in the face of challenges...