Trusting everyone has had a fantastic week, and I hoping you’re all enjoying your weekend. My weekend consists of hanging with friends for Halloween, spending some time at home, and performing with MNU Choirs tomorrow at 3:30!
This week, my brother gave me a great topic to think about: the future.
The future used to terrify me more than anything. I used to think about my college plans, then about real life and grad school, and it would all get me terribly stressed out. Picking a school, picking a major, and from there a career, and where I wanted to go with that career eventually, and then about starting a family are unavoidable topics and they are every important to think about. Though it is imperative that we remember to discuss these topics, we also need to remember that what’s going on currently in our lives is also a priority.
In order to train myself not to panic about the future, who would leave my life and who would enter, I had to stop placing so much urgency on those decisions. Like I said, we need to make the decisions, but we won’t make the right choice unless we slow down and consider everything separately. After we have considered this, we can think about the future and what the decision is going to mean for our future lives and families.
The future has become an exciting place for me rather than a scary one. Just by calming down and taking a step back once in a while, I have realized how excited I am to graduate and start working, wherever I happen to move, whatever I happen to do, and whoever I happen to be with. I know that if I put my faith and trust in Him, I will make the right decisions and follow his will, as I constantly work to make his will my will.
It’s all a process, but it’s not too much of a difficult one. Just continue to pray about choices, the future and ask God to make his plan clear to you! You can find so much truth and evidence of His faithfulness to your present, which was once your future. just by studying his word, something that takes nearly no time to do every day.
Praying everyone has a blessed rest of your weekend and next week!
See you soon!