The presence of a battle does not mean the absence of God in the war.
Trials don’t mean we are out of the will of God. They often mean we are exactly in the will of God—right where we’re supposed to be, doing exactly what we’re supposed to be doing.
When I begun as the director of Life choices I really fought the appointment because I thought my lack of experience would hinder the progress of the center.
But God doesnt call the equipped he equips the called. My passion for life and the women I work with kept me going. But as anyone who works in ministry knows there are days where the pressure and stress and the battle in our own minds start to wear us down.
We have many quiet times where I wonder where and why and how we stay doing what we do. When the culture rears its ugly head and we have to fight doubly hard to be relevant in a society which is constantly throwing stones at us.
Then a girl will walk through our doors and in that very moment our purpose is crystal clear.
Trusting God is hard. Sometimes his timing is excruciatingly slow. Sometimes his plan is so far from what we imagined. He will never let his plan be thwarted by culture or even just our doubt. He promised to be faithful to complete everyone of them.
Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.
Keep on your Helmet and your armour HE isnt finished with you yet.