The story is told of a young soldier who came back home from the war in Vietnam. When out with some family and friends he was pressed for some war stories, but he deflected by saying nothing dramatic happened to him. His family and friends were unsatisfied by the answer and pestered him, believing that he was being too modest.
In her book The Path of Loneliness, Elisabeth Elliot tells of those early struggles to get up in the morning and go through the day without Jim at her side. Jim had been martyred for Christ in 1956 seeking to reach the Waorani people of Ecuador with the gospel. Adjusting to that loss and carrying that pain, Elisabeth had to learn simply to put one foot in front of the other in her daily walk of faith.
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