There are some days when your soul just sings, You see God as the Only Authority. When I started getting real and being honest God has blessed me. On Halloween, it will be four years of this blogging journey. For about a year and a half, I didn't want to share my fear, my worry. Who wanted to read about one broken girl who was saved by Jesus, but living as if I didn't know. I found no joy in my misery. I felt as if I should give up on Paris, myself, all of it, but I couldn't. When you are disabled, you are not your own. You are an investment to which many contribute. Not capitalizing on investment is not something you take lightly.
Two things I've thought long on.
I've known my purpose for so long and denied it, until God had to to give me the kind of sign only hardheads can't see.
The truth must be painful to see me free.
Today our guest speaker said something that broke me. "You must be broken to be used" Amen.
Thank you Reverend Harling for allowing God to use you to minister to my broken everything. Thank you to Dr. Blake Harwell for pointing out the obvious. And to Lauren Blind, for leading me to the one who saved my soul. Jesus, if I could love people like you love me there may be be hope for the 7 billion.