God’s Grace

Today I woke up feeling…meh. I didn’t have a good sleep last night. One of the reasons I believe. I have been wrestling with my sleep lately is that I have been trying to suppress feelings about a life-changing moment I am having with my life right now. Have you ever had something that has happened in your life and you tell yourself you are ok with it but in actuality, you are really not ok? Well, that is where I am. The good part is that I am doing the work to heal from it by seeing a Christian counselor. As I go through these sessions I have realized I have suppressed a lot in my life and I never healed from them or even discussed them with anyone. So my response now to someone asking me how am I doing is HEALING. The past three years of my life have been a true rollercoaster ride. I am grateful I have God in my life to help me navigate through it. I know I can’t do this life on my own and I need guidance from God.

Yesterday my daughter and I went to the grocery store. As we were backing into a parking space a lady was pushing a cart with her daughter in it and the cart got away from her and her baby and the cart fell to the ground. My heart sank as I saw this. I jumped out fo the car and ran to the lady and asked if she was ok. As I walked to help, I noticed her wallet and keys were on the ground so I told her I was picking up her wallet and keys and she should just make sure her daughter is ok as she was consoling her daughter. She wasn’t even crying she looked like she was under 1 year old, go ahead and put her in a car seat. I told her don’t worry about the groceries I will put them in the car for her. My daughter got out of the car to help me pick up the cart and put the groceries in the car for the lady. The lady seemed to be really stressed the groceries were all over the place and the cart got away from her and her daughter fell with the cart. I assured her it was ok, we just want to help her with her groceries and make sure you are ok. She was grateful and happy we were there to help her. Situations like this remind me we are humankind. It took nothing for me to help her, It was a natural instinct to do the right thing. I put myself in her position. I have had several times that I was so overwhelmed and God sent an angel to help me in my time of need. What a blessing to be a blessing to someone else. I wasn’t a blind eye to see someone in need. (LESSON) That makes my heart full. I hope that this reminds us all just to be kind to someone else because you never know what. a person is going through at that moment.

I have lived my life the majority of my life for and through others and after my renewed vision I have acknowledged I have the power of God in me. I am a follower of God, adversities will come and adversities are just lessons. They are. a pause for the cause. They come to remind you who you have by your side and reassure you are not alone. Even though sometimes it feels like it. Knowing this helps remind me of what God has brought to me and has gotten me through. If he brings you to it, He will bring you through it. Just remember to pray on it, pray over it and pray through it. You want better, do better. If you want something you never had, do something you have never done. Walk by faith. #Godsgraceandmercy #Grace #BeIntentional #BeConsistent #BePresent #nhlcSurvivor #Godsfavorite #Walkbyfaith #Faithitforward #TrustGod #Trusttheprocess #Thebestisyettocome #Strong #Godgetstheglory #blessings

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