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By faith, people in the Bible saw things before they actually happened. Noah saw coming judgment. Abraham saw a future city. Joseph saw the exodus from Egypt. Moses saw the deliverance of Israel. Faith envisions what God will one day make visible. “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see” (Hebrews 11:1). Real faith sees what others do not see. Lives in a world beyond the realm of the physical senses. Even wonders

For trapeze artists a special relationship exists between the flyer and the catcher. The flyer is the one who lets go, and the catcher is the one who catches. As the flyer swings high above the crowd on the trapeze, the moment comes when the flyer must let go. The flyer arcs out into the air. Their job is to remain as still as possible and wait for the strong hands of the catcher to pluck them from the air. One trapeze

Walt Disney had a vision of a place where children and parents could have fun together. The more Walt dreamed of a “magical park,” the more imaginative and elaborate it became. He needed space to build rivers, waterfalls, and mountains. He would have flying elephants and giant teacups, a fairy-tale castle, moon rockets, and a scenic railway – all inside a magic kingdom he called Disneyland. In 1955 Disneyland was built in Anaheim, California. Walt Disney saw it before it was. In the

A grandmother promised her 10-year-old grandson a stamp album for Christmas. Christmas came, but no stamp album, and no word from grandmother. When his playmates came to see his Christmas presents, he added that he had also received “a stamp album from grandmother.” His mother asked him about it. “But, George, you did not get an album from your grandmother. Why do you say so?” He said, “Well, mamma, grandma said, so it is the same as.” He learned later why the delay

Michael Horton and his wife anxiously anticipated the premature delivery of their triplets. He will never forget the moment when the doctor looked at him and announced, “They’re all alive!” It was not a foregone conclusion (at least for one of them) and until that report, he and his wife were in suspense. All the wishful thinking – even from certified medical professionals – could not alleviate their anxieties, turning possibility into actuality. Michael could believe all he wanted in a successful

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