That last line. That’s the real deal. She laughs without fear of the future.
When we reach a point in our life where we’re able to say that. I am not afraid of my past that haunts me with regrets. I am not afraid of operating in the now for I know that my God is greater than my current circumstances. I am not afraid of the future for it lays in my father’s hands and the faith that I carry will take me farther than my own strength can. That is when we are free to be taken in Him from glory to glory to glory.
(Source: beautifullyincongruent, via imust-decrease)