What I learned in 2021

Jeremiah 29:13
 "You will seek me and find me when you search for me with all your heart."

At the beginning of 2021 I made a goal to seek God. At the time I had no clue what this goal would do to me. I would watch my world crumble before me. Key word is “My” world. It was a year of Never(s). Never had I ever spent so much time in the bible. Never had I ever Struggled with words to pray. Never had I ever faced so many doubts. The list goes on in both the positive and negative light. It was as if God was stripping everything away and rebuilding something in it’s place. The picture that played in my mind was a heart of stone being chipped away. Then stitching the wounds, followed by telling it to beat again.

I don’t want this to scare anyone from making this their goal. In fact this is what I wish for everyone. It’s just painful. There were moments that I went to the furthest reaches of the earth and teetered on the edge of a cliff. Just when you would think I would fall, Gods grace grabbed me by the hand and I walked of that figurative ledge. I fought many battels and my imaginary sword became to heavy to carry most days. Despite all of this, I would do it all over again. (James 1)Let me tell you what I learned from seeking GOD.

THE 12 THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT GOD. #SeekGod!

  1. I can Trust God
  2. God doesn’t hide from me
  3. God want’s my heart
  4. God’s word renews me
  5. God is my hope
  6. God loves to give good gifts
  7. God is Faithful, even if I’m not
  8. God is my refuge
  9. God is my strength
  10. God’s character isn’t based of people, places, circumstances or my wishes.
  11. God want’s me to boldly ask Him for help
  12. God is not afraid of my scars

Published by reneweddream

I am a lover of writings and over the years I have collected a handful of poems and stories I have written. The more I wrote the more I realized I should do something with it, besides putting it in a box.

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