The world will try to mold you... but
be determined to be the woman that GOD
desires for you to be!
Have you ever experienced enjoying the day, when all of a sudden you hear that "strange" noise and your car coasts to a complete stop? Your heart sinks. Now what?
Who do I call?
Fine mess now that I am in. Stranded. Life can be like that car. All is going along well and then without warning life comes to a halt. Frustration, fear and desperation can set take over if we allow it.
But no matter what may enter your life to cause you to come to a complete STOP, there is one thing that you can find security in and draw strength from. That "1" thing is your claim to being a child of God. For no matter what may come your way, YOU are prepared emotionally and spiritually.
Whether heading down the road to college or embarking on a new job, you are never alone. Whether facing physical issues or emotional heartache, He is there.
When Christ lives within you, you can draw on His strength to get you headed in the right direction and keep you focused.
When you feel as if all have left you and your life is falling apart...know He is there with you.
Emily Susanne has a full life as a college student and owner/blogger of fearfullywonderfullyme.com.
She dedicated her life to follow Jesus, encourage others, and write with passion. When she isn't covered in pen ink or lost in a book, Emily can be found obsessing over cats and donuts.
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I am first and foremost a Child of the Most High God, then the Farmer’s wife, and then a mommy. I have a passion for Christ, but also a passion for other women to have a passion for Christ. I've spent much time earning various degrees, and traveling the world on various medical missions. All of my hard work and the Lord’s guidance has led me to the best life possible I could never have imagined, living on a farm where life moves slow and simple. Visit me at: Grace Garden And Homestead
Piper is a college freshman majoring in Christian Education/Ministry Formation & Business/Economics in the hopes of being equipped to go into the ministry or mission field long term.