By Greg Laurie
“He also brought me up out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps.”—Psalm 40:2
Nickajack Cave, thirty miles from Chattanooga, was an underground warren where Cash had previously searched for Indian arrowheads and inscriptions left by Confederate soldiers. The story goes that Cash decided to crawl into the cave and keep going until his flashlight flickered out (so he wouldn’t be able to find his way back out if he lost his nerve), then lie there and die. Cash claimed that after three hours he had descended a mile into the cave. That’s when his flashlight died, and he hoped to follow suit.
“I lay down to die in the total darkness,” he recalled, beseeching God to take him away.
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