Itai Oscar


Connecting Factor


From my bedroom I rushed
through the kitchen grabbing my
lunch box
I flipped open the door into the
garage.
I slid into my car, my mind already
at my destination
inserted my keys into the ignition
stepped on the accelerator and
the car responded
as tried to drive out the
accelerator had stopped
responding but the car kept running

the accelerator was the
connecting factor between my
effort and the destination
between the vision you have and the effort you are putting
faith is the connecting factor
at times we have faith to put our
visions in running mode
whenever a miracle took place,
Jesus told the recipient,
'Your faith has made you whole.'
faith is the connecting factor.

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013
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