To know you are being moved to the place you need to be – but not in your own strength, but in the strength of another.
To be lifted up on to shoulders that are stronger then yours, so you can see farther into the distance, and having no fear of falling.
To be held up while going over rough terrain, sharp rocks, steep valleys, or unstable heights.
To be carried means that the one carrying you needs to be close, they have to touch your life, they have to be good.
This is God, and this is His provision in Christ.
Jesus carried His cross, and in doing so, he carried me – and you.
You yourselves have seen what I did to Egypt, and how I carried you on eagles’ wings and brought you to myself.
— Exodus 19:4