Waiting on God

When God has shown you a vision of what is to come for your life, and it is so much better than what you are experiencing now, you get excited!…Really excited!

Five years ago, God showed me something, but it was only a small glimpse into what was to come. All I knew was that Caleb would be my husband and that we would be able to do some major things together. I didn’t know how everything was supposed to happen, but I believed the vision. I assumed that us doing something major would have something to do with music, though. As time progressed, and we were married, I started seeing more of the vision. I started seeing what our life together would entail. I won’t go into detail right now, but believe me…it’s gooooooooood!

Ever since I’ve seen part of the vision come to pass, and have been introduced to more of the vision, I want it so badly. I can’t wait to get there. I’m more motivated than ever to get to this place in my life where I’m living the vision that started years ago. The part that is proving to be a bit difficult is not knowing when things are going to happen. I have always been one to be in control and to know exactly what is going to happen and when. But in dealing with God, only He knows the timing of a thing. I’m trying to be patient, but I’m so excited. I feel like a kid in the backseat who continues to yell “Are we there yet?” to her parents the entire ride to a destination. I’m waiting, but I am so ready to get to what I’ve seen. When it happens, I will gladly tell my testimony and urge everyone to try God as well. We’ve been trying to live and do so much on our own terms and in our own way. Ever since I’ve decided to do things God’s way, He has been amazing me. I won’t even wait to recommend that you try God. Do it now! It’s impossible to fail with Him.

No one has ever truly tried God and done His will and come out on the losing end. It can’t happen. I’ve been through so much, because I wanted to be in control. And every time, I struck out. Having faith, and walking in the comfort of knowing that God is working for and with me is what has brought me this far in my journey. A great man of faith once said, “God has a strategy for our tragedy”, meaning that God can take the mess that we’ve made and turn it into a message and a testimony that we can use to help others. I am living a great life now. I am happy working from home and making a living as an independent musician. BUT there is more! There is more to my life than what I am doing now, and I can’t wait until it is revealed. My vision is written and is definitely made plain. I am just preparing myself and waiting for God to say that it is time to move forward.

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