and a year since God anointed me to start this journey! And guess what? I’m still okay! The best way that I can explain this is by saying that when God anoints you to do something, He will give you what you need and then equip you with the tools that you need to get the job done. I am still so appreciative and grateful that God trusted me enough to give me the vision of being able to use my journey through the experience of being laid off to bless others. That told me that He saw something in me even when I didn’t see it in myself.
You know how that is, sometimes we have to learn how to get out of our own way and stop being our own worst enemy. With that said, I believe that one of the main reasons why I was finally able to see the anointing that was placed on my life and ultimately then receive the vision, is because I made a conscious choice to
take responsibility for the areas of my life where I fell short and to stop making excuses as to why my life wasn’t what I thought it should be. In doing so, it enabled me to not only grow closer in relationship with Him but it has also afforded me the opportunity to inspire and empower others to do the same.
question Him. Understand and know that it is not for us to question what God does but we are to simply
believe beyond reason that everything that He does has a reason! That reason is always for our good.
all, I have never lost sight of the fact that God is ultimately in control. It has been during these tough times that I have grown the most and relied on Him to sustain us through whatever challenge we are facing. The way I look at it, if you don’t past the test the first time then you will have to take it again until you do.
“comfort zone” to take the journey to the next level. It is in those times when I feel the most uncomfortable or vulnerable that I have leaned on God the most and I am happy to say that He has not failed me yet! As I look back over this past year, I would not change a thing! By the way, it’s true, time really does fly when you’re having fun!”