Inspiration, victory

Linus Blanket,

Linus, Charlie Brown’s friend, had a blanket that seemed to offer him at best, a false sense of security and confidence. Although the blanket was dirty, worn, and torn, Linus could not imagine parting with it. He was not ready to exchange it for divine love’s perpetual care, which is far more reliable than those blankets. In the end, Linus mother allowed him enough room to outgrow the blanket. The same way the Lord also allows us enough room to grow into ourselves, and there we find Love to be omnipresent. πŸ™πŸΎπŸŽ‰