-Tenth Avenue North; I Have This Hope-

“I don’t want to live in fear
I want to trust that You are near
Trust Your grace can be seen
In both triumph and tragedy”

Hello, one of my friends posted this saying on her page and I just loved it:

“I want to be someone who, instead of whining, rejoices in tribulation.
I want to know…
What does that look like practically in your life?”

Life has recently been a whirlwind with juggling and having a good balance with being with my friends, being with my family and learning everyday on where I could serve at a church. I moved this past year and I have been searching various churches. I believe it is very important to know your attendance at church is valuable and it is also important to know you can serve for the church you’re at too. I continually pray to find both at a church where God calls me to be.

Other than that, God is so good and I need to learn to not worry and not complain.

Practical aspect in my life I am guilty to whine when things don’t get my way, but it is so important to see the multiple blessings God has given me: good health, a job, wonderful family, amazing friends, the freedom of going anywhere without the fear of being put down by my religious beliefs.

It is also important to pray and to seek God so fully by wisdom and insight by His teachable moments He gives us everyday.

“Listen to advice and accept instruction, that you may gain wisdom in the future. Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand.”
|Proverbs 19:20-21|

God’s plans are so good and sometimes obedience is hard to come by, but God’s purpose in our lives will always prevail.


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