But this is not the last time. We will see her again. She was weird; she anticipated the end of the world because that meant seeing her Savior face to face. When she realized how life on earth is a mission and a story, she started looking at death only as a door to eternity. Not something to be afraid of, but a mere transition to the greater and more beautiful things. And maybe, when we think of her, let’s not think of her as gone. She had simply gone on first into the adventure that will never end, where one page will never be as beautiful as the next page.
Today, I will live and get by trusting Him.
Indeed, the darkness shall not hide from You, but the night shines as day; the darkness and the light are both alike to You.
Hello, beloved! How are you? I hope that all is going well with you.
I want to apologize for not posting here for days. As you well know, my third year in college have started last month. Requirements levelled up a notch and most of my time is spent doing them as well as I can. It’s great, actually, to see that God has not changed, His grace is still enough, no matter what ‘demand’ is placed upon His children. I am claiming that this semester is my best one yet.
Anyway, I think I can now post more often, what with the school installing a wifi connection in our dormitory. I still can’t answer messages, though (Again, sorry!!). I’ll come back to you guys during weekends. :)
I hope that all is well with you! Remember always that God is faithful to you and nothing will change that! You’re greatly blessed!
Maybe I should let go and forget all about the expectations that people set upon me. I am an eighteen-year-old girl who should cut herself some slack. I have to grow, I have to bloom, I have to recover, and I have to learn. I don’t always get it at first try, and I am not perfect. I am not that.
I get often get stuck with writer’s block while trying to complete papers that are due tomorrow. I often have to bite back my tongue just so I don’t hurt the other person; that does not change the hurt that is there, though. I often cry at night, tempted to give up on myself.
No. I am not perfect. I need to grow and I need to live life. I need to experience being human, because that’s how I know that I need Jesus Christ with me. That’s how I know why I can’t go on without Him. I can be all the human being that I want, but without His grace, I will not know what I should do with my stumbles and falls, my successes and joys. If He does not lead me, I will go in circles in life, following my whims or the ways of this world.
Yes, all of us are human. I am human and it’s beautiful. It is beautiful because His grace is the right light through which I see myself. My life.