Small Stories

Story: The Dear, Lion and Forest Fire


In the wild, a pregnant deer is about to give birth.
You find a grassy field in the distance near a fast-moving river.
This seems to be a safe place.
Suddenly, labor pains begin.

Suddenly, dark clouds gather and lightning strikes.
He looks to his left and sees a hunter stretching out his bow toward him.
To his right, he sees a hungry lion coming toward him.

What can a pregnant deer do?
You are in pain!
What will happen?
Will the deer survive?
Will you have children?
Will the ducks survive?
Or will it all be burned by a forest fire?
Will you perish with the arrow of the hunters?
Will he die painfully at the hands of a hungry lion approaching him?


You are bound by fire on one side and a river flowing on the other
in the box of his natural animals.
What are you doing?
He is focused on giving birth to a new life.
The following sequence of events is as follows:

  • Lightning strikes and blinds the hunter.
  • Release an arrow that opens the deer and strikes the hungry lion.
  • It starts to rain heavily, and the forest fire is lightly lit by rain.
  • Deer give birth to healthy pods.

In our lives too, there are times when we are faced with choices on all sides
with negative thoughts and opportunities.
Some thoughts are so powerful that they overwhelm us and overwhelm us.
Maybe we can learn from the deer.
The priority of the deer, in that given moment, was simply to give birth to a child.
The other was not in his hands any action or response that changed his focus
it may have led to death or disaster.

Ask yourself,
What is your focus?
Where is your faith and your hope?

In the midst of any storm, keep it to God always.
He will never let you down. NEVER.
Remember, He does not sleep and does not sleep …




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