Written by David Lamb
Wednesday, 05 February 2014 00:00
In Part 1, I told about my trip to Logos Bible Software in Washington state to tape two courses (1, 2, Samuel, and 1, 2 Kings). I concluded my week discussing David’s song in 2 Samuel 22 where he praises his God for being his rock, his deliverer, and his savior. After a full week of taping, on Friday I wanted to head to the woods where I encountered God on my hike to Oyster Dome. After reaching Oyster Dome, I had 5 minutes to enjoy the spectacular view of forest, mountains, coastline, ocean, islands, clouds and sunset before heading back to my car, hoping to arrive before dark. (Review is now over.)
After going down about fifteen minutes, the path didn’t look familiar. “I don’t remember walking across these logs.” I had a moment of panic, thinking that I made a wrong turn. I decided just to backtrack and find the right path. After walking back about 10 minutes and not seeing an obvious “right path”, I began to wonder if I had made a mistake backing up. I decided to just keep going the way I had originally gone.
But now the panic really began.