I remember God promised to never leave me…as in never ever leave me!
This one encounter changed my whole life and started the process of forgiving the people who had hurt me over the years. I reached a point where I believed I had forgiven them and I was free.
Everyone has some forms of relationships in their life, unless you’re a hermit on a desert island where the population consists of yourself…unfortunately that’s not me.
I’m at the moment going through Gods testing and probing to see if my motives are pure. I’m questioning if my heart is right and if I have put my trust completely in God for the next year.
I’m reflecting that I was in Indonesia this time last year and following there Christmas traditions, I must admit I like the weather in Indonesia better but, there is nothing better than being home for Christmas. I’ve managed to see my family and share what the last year has brought which is why I’m thankful.
Why do we all cry out for more of God when were not even following some of the basic Christian values we teach our children! Love God first and love your neighbour as yourself!
I’m back in England now after being away eight months. I decided to spend just over three weeks in South Africa on my way back to England, and this three weeks changed my life. I had a plan in my head to come back to England and study in a Bible college, because I didn’t know what else to do…now its all changed.
I have witnessed over the past few years more people coming into the church with broken hearts, with deep anguish in their hearts and spirits. I was one of those people and hopefully one day I will be able to share my testimony.
God has to wait for us to be quite sometimes.