“Thankfully, I have been thru this before.”
God does. In the next several sections you have a repeat of that same idea with the main characters cross getting smaller and smaller each time. Eventually the main character comes to a large crevice that goes on as far as the eye can see. In the background you see the other characters have used their cross to bridge the gap but the main character kneels on the side of the crevice unable to make his way across …. his cross is now too small to help him. My son told me how sad he thought it was that the one couldn’t get across. I ask him if he understood why and he said no. Now I know there are many possible explanations for this but I’m going to share with you the one God gave me for my son.
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