When Francisco came to know Christ, he left home to study. From a farming family, Francisco was very poor. When asked to share his testimony, he looked down at the toes poking through his shoes and prayed, “Lord, how could I preach in these shoes?” Not wanting to dishonor God, he prayed all night for shoes…
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Carol, thank you for this post. It inspired me to pray a bit deeper for God’s will in my life. I’m really wondering if I need to close the door to writing, or keep going. And if I should keep going, then it will be by His power and guidance. God Bless you. Holly
Holly – I think the question you need to ask yourself is why do you think you need to close the door to writing. If God called you to write, then only God should call you to stop. If you are doubting yourself, that could be satan trying to whisper lies. And if satan is whispering lies, then he must realize the power of God in your life. I’m praying today that you don’t focus on the path you should take, instead you focus on Christ. He is the path. Jesus says I AM the Way. I know this isn’t a decision you’ll take lightly.
Praying for you today sweet sister in Christ.