If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth; but if wewalk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.
its been three weeks since i stepped of the plane that brought be from Spokane. What to expect, i didn’t know, but I knew whatever happened, this time would be good for. Would i meet new friends, or would my old friends be there for me? Would my family be just as I remembered them, or would they have changed, just as I had? These are just some of the questions that were flooding across my mind as I imagined what my time at home would be like. Its been three weeks now, and as I look back at the time Ive been here, I think God has changed me again. I came here thinking that I had grown, and that had a lot to share, but now i realize that this time has shown me that its not all about me. This isn’t a new realization, as God has been hammering this into my hard skull for the past few months. It’s not about me. I have loved my time with my family, and I have enjoyed my time with my friends much more than I thought I would, but mostly, I have enjoyed a peaceful time for God to speak to me. A time where doctrine and debates aren’t distracting my thoughts from pursuing God. A very wise missionary once told me, ” We need to stop looking for God’s will, and start looking at God.” This statement has changed my life. Before I would seek, and seek, by looking ta blank walls, or journaling what I thought were profound statements, that would change me, even though I wrote them. What the Hell have I been doing with my life? A waste, but God has been changing me and working In me, and I’m so stoked to step out the door with a new attitude of, “I don’t care what happens, Ima show the people God.” This idea has been being strengthened in me while I have been at home, and I know today is a new day, and today, God is going to use me to make a difference.