Seeking a way out of the maze, she encountered the King, who she’d been estranged from. It was to him that Joanna turned for counsel after discovering he was Abba, her Father.
Leading Joanna to a narrow road, he told her to set up signposts and build landmarks. She was to set her heart on the highway leading to his Kingdom and a forgotten inheritance.
But here be dragons, and Silver-tongue. She had to battle her way out of bewilderment in her effort to break free.
Learning the King’s will from the Book the King inspired, Joanna found that man cannot live by bread alone. “Call to me, and I will show you great and wonderful things” the King promised.
The King’s word came alive, and she was given dreams, with signs to follow.
Given a shepherd’s staff in the Valley of Shadow, Joanna was led by the King along the Path of Righteousness. Picking up her lamp she followed him towards the sunrise. His word was like a light shining in a dark place.
As Joanna struggled through the Valley of Trouble she learned that you have to go through many trials to enter the Kingdom of God. In the desert Joanna had to make a choice between Ishmael, and Isaac … the son of the promise.
One thing the King spoke – but two things could be heard if Joanna listened. She paid attention, listening to the Logos word for learning and the Rhema word for revelation.
In writing about her journey home by recording the Rhema word, she uncovered her part in a story that had been written generations before.
This inspirational story is well worth the read.