The Privileged Life: Happy Feet

IMG_7747“How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, ‘Your God reigns!’” Isaiah 52:7

Walking is my favorite exercise. Most days, I try to get in five miles, which is hard for someone who spends a great deal of time on a computer. But it’s essential to physical and mental health.

We often take our two feet for granted, though…until we stub our toes, walk too long in painful shoes, or twist an ankle. Feet are so amazing and wonderful to have for walking, running, leaping, and dancing!

It doesn’t take much to lose the ability to walk. A fall, a bad diabetic condition, a car wreck, a sports injury is all it takes. Suddenly, on crutches or with a walker, the gift of movement becomes very precious.

God gave us beautiful, sensitive feet and asks us daily to run to Him. Like the nursery song that goes, “O be careful little feet where you go,” we need to use our feet to serve Him instead of running toward useless things. Take care of your feet…they are your tickets for walking into a healthy, happy day!

Thank You, God, for feet that are still working and useful. Please help us to take care of our bodies and take care where we walk…may we run with You today and follow in Your footsteps! Make us swift to bring Your good news to others! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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