Encouragement for Difficult Days
This is an excerpt from the book "The Bumps Are What You Climb On" by Warren Wiersbe
A little boy was leading his sister up a mountain path and the way was not too easy. "Why, this isn't path at all," the little girl complained. "It's all rocky and bumpy." And her brother replied, "Sure, the bumps are what you climb on." That's a remarkable piece of philosophy. What do you do with the bumps on the path of life?
I have been a reader of biographies for many years, and I have yet to find a successful person whose life was free from problems and difficulties. Looking at these people from a distance, you might think that they had it made and that life was easy for them. But when you get closer, you discover that their climb to the top of the mountain was not an easy one. The road was rocky and bumpy, but the bumps were what they climbed on to get to the top.
I don't know what difficulties you are going through just now, but I know some of the feelings