In the words of C.S Lewis, “I am sure that God keeps no one waiting unless he sees that it is good for him to wait.”
Now in the words of a close friend, “He’s not keeping us from something, he’s keeping us for something.”
Those are some powerful words.
The greats started at the bottom. They kept showing up. They messed up. They started over and kept fighting for what they wanted. They kept fighting for what they wanted.
I don’t know why I’ve ended up here. At Redeemer, studying english when all my life I wanted to be a nurse. I’m waiting to see what else God has in store because I know he is heckin excited to share it with me and I am heckin excited as well for him to show me. “He’s keeping me for something.”
Also, I wanted to jump on here and talk about how thankful I am for the kind of friendship that makes your love tank so full. My love tank gets so full sometimes that it spills over into tears because I am just so darn thankful that I have friends like I do. They get my weirdness, and in same I get theirs.
Love tanks are cool. Make sure you let yours fill up.
I know that Jesus is doing some really cool stuff here. What a freaking cool honour that we get the chance to be apart his kingdom mission here. At Redeemer, I can sense his presence everywhere I go, and He is seriously moving on that campus. Woah, Jesus is cool.
I am absolutely loving being at home this week and having the opportunity to rest. There’s something about home that is just so full of rest.
God is good.
We have established that fact and I will always remind my readers as well as myself that God is good.
He is also good in the waiting. He’s keeping us for something.
Make sure your love tanks are full. Overflowing kind of full.
I don’t know bout you, but I am heckin excited for God to continue to move.
Blessings and hugs,