Does your Bible look like this? There are some passages where I don't have any more room to write:)
Over the last few months I have been reading the Word along side other women over at #SheReadsTruth. I have been challenged and I have learned so much with this group of women. It has been a great encouragement to me ever since I found it just a few short months ago.
So I thought I would give you some snapshots of what my time with #SheReadsTruth looks like.
There's lots of praying, seeking the Lord, meditating, and putting my own words down on paper as I struggle through different passages of scripture.
Today has been hard because I have been struggling under the stress of still not knowing if I have a job or not. I had a second interview last Monday and I was told that I would be called by this Friday, that's a long time for this heart to wait.
Today I was stressed. I felt incompetent to complete the tasks I needed too in order to get this company all the information they needed to complete a background check. I felt totally out of my comfort zone and stretched to the limit.
And yet, I am right where God wants me. He knows right where I am, and He is right here with me. He is my Mediator, and what a comfort that is! I have prayed over and over that whatever happens with this employment opportunity, that He would be glorified. That He would become more and that I would become less.
I believe that happened today.
So whatever happens, I pray with all my heart that He would be glorified. That He would be praised in my life and in my future employers whoever they may be.
Today, as I sank deeper and deeper into the stress. I came here...
...to Bible Gateway where I looked up Proverbs 14 & 15 in several different versions as I read alongside other #SheReadsTruth ladies.
To my journal where I wrote down verses that spoke to me and convicted me.
I came to Jesus. The Author and Perfecter of my faith.
He is the only Place that I will ever find rest. He is the only One that will never leave me nor forsake me. He is my Comforter, my Prince of Peace, my Saving Grace, my All in All, my Righteousness.
He is my Everything.
Father, today I pray that we see You in our daily lives today. That we would seek You and give You all the praise and honor You are due. That we would magnify Your name rather than our own. May You be praised today and every day. Amen.