Good Evening friends, Tonight's blog might be a little short, but brevity sometimes is a good thing. I'be been thinking about trust a great deal lately. More specifically, trust in God's divine plans for each of us. I know that God has a plan for me, and I try to let that plan unfold daily. Often, though, I wish and let God know, that I'd like to have a clue sometimes as to why things happen or don't, just so I know I'm heading in the right direction.
I also know that the choices I make impact how that divine plan unfolds. Again, I feel the need to understand what it is I'm supposed to do. I try very hard to make right decisions, to lead with my heart. I think I do a pretty good job with that, but not always. Does anyone else feel like I do? I know I have a purpose, and a little voice in my head tells me I have a purpose, and I think I know what that purpose is, but I'd like to know for certain.
One thing I have always believed is that each of us has within him or herself the power to control their own destiny. God has given each of talents of varying sorts. Within each of us is the ability to manifest all the things that God wants us to have. The relationship we have with God is similar to the relationship we have with our parents or our children. We guide them with love and encouragement to spread their wings and fly. We allow them to make decisions and either reap the rewards or suffer the consequences. Of course, as parents we hate seeing them suffer, but it is often that suffering that helps them to grow strong. I think that God gets a twinge of angst when we do things that cause us pain. I also believe that he rejoices when we grow and good things bring us joy. I'm learning to listen to that little voice. I hope that you will also listen to that little voice in your head and follow God's plans for you. It's that little voice, you know. Love, Light, Peace, and Joy!!
I'm just an ordinary person on my path to enlightenment. I enjoy learning, and lately I'm learning how to enjoy the challenges that present themselves as opportunities for me to grow. I hope that you find encouragement and inspiration through this blog.