For this reason I also suffer these things, but I am not ashamed; for I know whom I have believed and I am convinced that He is able to guard what I have entrusted to Him, until that day. 2 Timothy 1:12
That strong belief, that hope in the Savior and in His words, is an anchor which steadies us. It steadies us and gives us a resolve to prepare for 'that day'. One is not afraid of the snow when one prepares for it, as the worthy women did in Proverbs 31:21. I believe the man that was laid to rest on that cold gray day had spent his whole life preparing for his last day. Mistakes were made along the way, as they are in every one of our lives. It is not the mistakes, or our imperfections that matter. They are designed to give rise to His perfect gift of grace and mercy.
So I will ask you with the boldness with which this man was known for. Are you afraid of the snow? Are you prepared for 'that day'?
Authors note: If you feel you need to learn how to not be afraid of the snow and prepare for 'that day', please contact me through my home page.