He llegado a la conclusion de que cada una de nuestras batallas personales, nos hacen crecer la fe en Dios y entender los propositos de el (por lo menos lo que necesitas entender en este momento).
En nuestro tiempo en Deborah`s House, fui testigo del amor de Dios en la vida de personas maravillosas que se encontraron en un tiempo en situaciones extremas, y lograron encontrar ese refugio a su alma
Sin embargo ese refugio es solo por un tiempo muy corto y despues de ese moemnto ellos saldran a haer testimonio para otras personas en las mismas situaciones.
Hablamos con los niños y las mujeres de que este tiempo de aprendizaje es bueno para ellos no solo los sana y ayuda a aprender nuevas cosas, si no tambien se estan preparando para ser esos instrumentos como Moises lo fue para el pueblo de Israel, y rendirse no es una idea en su mente.
Si Sabes cual fue tu Egipto y amas el proposito que Dios te ha dado, eres afortunado, desarrolla tu proposito, habemos muchas personas que te necesitamos.
I have come to the conclusion that each of our personal battles, make us grow faith in God and understand the purposes of the (at least what you need to understand at this time).
In our time in Deborah`s House, I witnessed the love of God in the lives of wonderful people who found themselves in a time in extreme situations, and managed to find this refuge to his soul.
But this refuge is only for a very short time after that they will be dismissed moment their testimony to others in the same situations.
talk to children and women of this time learning is good for them not only healthy and helps them learn new things, but also are preparing for these instruments as Moses was for the people of Israel, and surrender it is not an idea in his mind.
If you know what was your love Egypt and the purpose that God has given you, you’re lucky, develop your purpose, habemos many people who need you.
My parents say this to me all the time. It makes sense to me about life things. Today, though, it makes sense to me about world things.
To me, this statement is, yes I’m going to trust God through everything, with the usual warring, praying, gnashing teeth, trying to figure it out, being human that goes with that. But I’m also going to take action. I’m going to DO something to move forward. While I was working on the initial discernment process for YAV, I still put in applications for teaching positions, I still interviewed for other things, I got offered other positions, but I felt like this is where God wanted me, so I stalled on accepting things until I knew 100% for sure that YAV either was, or wasn’t, going to be a thing. That’s the tying your camel part. It’s making sure that you cover every eventuality, while trusting that God is going to provide you the right path. I had this heart and gut feeling that it was YAV (and a small voice in my head, after my Tucson interview kept saying “Tucson would be cool. That’s a totally different place, you should go there.” and things) but I didn’t want August to role around and have been wrong and have nothing to go to. Because that’s me not taking action to follow God’s call, that’s me just sitting back and going “You do everything, God, and I’ll play video games and binge-watch shows, and it’ll be cool.” That’s not how it works.
God doesn’t just call us to prayer, meditation, and reflection. Oddly enough, I’ve probably heard His voice and call in my life more while DOING and LIVING with others, than when in quiet. I think for me that’s straight up because the little anxiety monsters that tell me that I’m wrong, thinking the wrong thing, discerning the wrong thing, being the wrong thing, tend to appear more in moments of quiet. I struggle with shutting my brain up more when I’m quiet and alone. When I’m doing something, whether that’s singing, laughing with friends, working, playing, or whatever, I get these thoughts that just float by and stick around. And then I go pursue whatever it is. I go DO it.
God calls us to ACTION. Concrete, definable, obvious action. Part of my current action is preparing for YAV, physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. I’ve given myself the lazy summer for a couple weeks, while still mentally, emotionally, and spiritually preparing to leave. Now I get to do the physical, the deciding what I’m keeping and storing, the packing, etc. I’ve been reading, praying, spending time with the people I’m leaving, learning things to help me. I will keep doing those things. Regardless, all of these things are concrete, tangible, see-able actions