Remember learning to walk? First you tried standing on shaky limbs, smiled in short-lived triumph, fell down, cried in frustration, and kept getting back up until you mastered the art of standing. Something inside of you told you that you were meant for more than just lying around in the crib. Then came the next stage-walking. Sounds simple enough, but it wasn't. That's because wobbling always precedes waliking. And that's the difference between adults and infants. As an infant you just saw arms outstretched toward you and heard a loving, "Come on, you can do it!" And you've been walking ever since! That's why God says to anyone stepping into unknown territory, " Be strong and courageous." Courage comes from spending time with God, seeing His arms outstretched toward you and hearing Him say, "Come on, you can do it, I'm with you!"