Even though I walk
through the darkest valley,
I will fear no evil,
for you are with me;
your rod and your staff,
they comfort me.

(Psalm 23:4)

You see my friend, the author in Psalm 23, clearly wrote that he was walking through the valley of death.
By reading Psalm 23, it is clear that the author is going through some rough times like many are.
Unfortunately, many people tend to remain static on their challenging issues during dark times. They stop their lives, they stop everything, they barely live again.

But notice what the Psalmist wrote in Psalm 23:4 : ' Though I WALK through the darkest valley..."
When you are in a 'dark valley, you are supposed to walk and keep walking. You are not supposed to remain static while contemplating the issues you are facing.

The more you remain static and pondering on your issues, the more you will remain in them. The more you walk, the more likely you will be to find healing, restoration and the final exit.

Solution finders are the ones who walk.