Instead of only focusing on the negatives, I’m going to choose to enjoy the way life has left this tired, first-year teacher with no choice but to slow down.
Why did it take a global pandemic to show us we needed a major change as humans?
As a first year (8th grade Language Arts) teacher who’s living my “dream,” here are a couple confessions I have to make…
Our weaknesses.. Our shortcomings.. Our inadequacies.. When given to God, these imperfections showcase to the world that God uses earthen, human, needy vessels on the daily.
Daddy, this is for you. Thanks for being the real deal. No, you aren’t perfect. But, your genuine spirit showcases a maturity, kindness, honesty, and authentic love that I admire and seek to duplicate.
If I could rewind 8 years, back to the “me” before I ventured into the world of dating, here’s 3 things I would tell myself.
I’m glad I learned at an early age that going to church isn’t optional.
Leave me a comment & let me know a lesson or two that 2018 taught you! We are all in this thing called life together! 💙
God’s strength is made perfect in your weakness. (2 Corinthians 12:7-10) If you are a child of God, all things in your life – no matter how impossible they seem – are working together for GOOD. (Romans 8:28) When you just don’t know how to pray or what to say, the Spirit is making intercession…
Trust me, friend. With Jesus – no matter how dark the day – you can face it. Don’t stop fighting.