I’m not Perfect, no one is perfect, and Christians are no exception. But if you were looking at a list of near perfect Christians, my name would not on be found on that list….. I wanted you to know and I wanted to be the one to tell you. You see when I started this blog I felt the Lord leading me, but I told the Lord that I was going to try it my way. That wasn’t the right answer, but I am certain it came as no surprise to the Lord. After all, He’s known me longer than my whole life, He knew me before he formed me (Jeremiah 1:5).
And so, after wandering around in the blogging world for a few months, I have come to a place where I feel I know the direction that God wants me to go. And I am now ready to follow. That’s going to mean some soul-baring on my part. Soul-baring is going to be hard for someone as introverted (and proud) as me. I could have been perfectly happy without ever letting you see, anything close to, the real me. But that’s not blogging, that’s creating an image.
Valentines Day can be one lonely feeling holiday when you are choosing to live a single life. You may know that you are walking in The Lord’s will for your life by choosing to remain single for a period of time. But whether it’s for a season of your life or for the rest of your life, there is something about the holidays that can make you want to revisit that decision. Even when you’re surrounded by a wonderful support system, there is