Little Miracles on the Northern Walk
From last week:
Today I’m on afternoon shift and I’m carefully watching my weather radar. There are big storms predicted.
I am now concerned that, although we are speed walking away from the storm, we are not going to outrun it. It’s at this point that I suggest we stop and wait for it to blow over. The radar shows a large red mass on our tail.
We then started walking in shorter distances so we would be able to get to the support van if there is lightening which is inevitable at this point so we are walking and bracing ourselves to walk in the downpour gaining on us.
I have to show you a picture of what happened next.
This is a picture of my iphone radar. The storm broke from the large red mass on the radar into the two smaller sections outlined in blue. We were the blue dot on the road and the storm was moving perfectly East with us.
The storm went in its path East, but it went perfectly around the road so we were able to keep walking. Today, Jesus parted the “Red Sea” for us. This is just one of the many ways that Northern Walk sees Jesus working on our walk.