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    Thanks for your attention. If you love the Lord .. Please pray about making some scripture videos on your own. Understand that there are very few videos with raw scripture in them, and I've only recently launched this effort in my spare time. Right now these are just passed amongst friends, so thank you if you shared this with your friends and family. I really appreciate any help to spread the Word of the Lord. I don't have ANY marketing dollars to do ads, so whatever you are doing, keep doing it. Please email your feedback at trent@gracehead.com so I can improve the future videos in this series. I need your thoughts. and ... Subscribe to get the latest videos in this ongoing series as they come out. see you next time. http://trumpetcallofgodonline.com/index.php5?title=Holding_the_Good_Father%E2%80%99s_Hand 8/7/09 A Parable From the Lord Yahushua, Jesus - Given to Timothy’s Wife, With Understanding Received in the Spirit, For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear While praying, the Lord gave me this parable: First, picture a young toddler holding hands with their father, walking side by side. A good father always adjusts his pace, according to what the child can handle. He does not walk at his pace and drag the child behind. So, if the child is a toddler, the father will walk very slow. And if the child is a little older, maybe five or six, the father can step up the pace a little. And so this goes on, even up to the point where the father can now walk at a normal pace, while still holding hands with his child the whole time. The maturity of our faith is equivalent to the pace of the child. At the beginning of our faith, even though we are holding The Good Father’s hand, we must still move slowly, unable to go any faster, as the toddler. And like a child who is growing, who is now able to move at a faster pace, so does our faith also grow, enabling us to move faster, while still holding the Father’s hand the whole time. And so, like the toddler whose learning to walk, who then grows and matures, so does ...