Had the delightful opportunity to read Wheels of Wisdom: Life Lessons for the Restless Spirit in which Tim and Debby Bishop share rich nuggets from one of their adventurous cross-country bicycle journeys. 10,000 miles of tread to the pavement is a lionhearted feat by any standard and worthy of pondering! Even though I have no personal interest in trekking across the country on a bicycle, it was thoroughly enjoyable to catch glimpses of their arduous journey vicariously. They take you along for the ride highlighting the ups and downs of they're Spirit-led expedition with valuable and inspiring lessons. I absolutely love that they took their journey together as a husband and wife “team” and as believers they kept their ears and eyes open to the treasures the Lord revealed along their path.
52 lessons make this unique, adventurous read perfect for some extra weekly devotional material. Every lesson is based on a distinct aspect of their experience highlighting a truth to be learned or some inspiration to be gleaned. One example found in lesson 8 “Fork in the Road” they share about a tough decision they had to navigate with limited information. But once they made a decision …
“Making a decision always delivers comfort, because then we can rely on our faith, which we bring with us into every endeavor. It comes from deep within us. We don’t even need to pack it separately.”
I think that little nugget is worth the price of admission. Most of us struggle at some level with making the “right” decision. But remembering making a decision is half the battle, and once it is made your faith can be relied upon to take you the rest of the way. This is a truth that will take you far.
You can expect the investment you make into reading this book to bring you some rich dividends!
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