I’m changing things up a bit. When I originally started this blog it was for my integration back into The Netherlands after being away my entire life. There honestly isn’t much more to write about that. Maybe every now and then something will come up but I want to shift gears to something more relevant…
It's one of those questions that you're never going to get one straight answer for, because some things we will never understand until we are with God. However what I am hoping to accomplish with this post is not giving you an answer, but argue why things happen and why they are allowed to happen. It all comes down to trust.
Some people know what God's calling is for their life from a young age, and are able to spend all that time working towards it. Others only get it much later on in their lives, I know I'm still young, 3 days shy of being 19. But till now I didn't know properly what God's calling was for my life. I found it difficult to choose a study and stick to it, because nothing felt 100% fitting or right for me. Every time I drew a plan it did a 180 on me and I could start from scratch again.
Good morning/afternoon/evening! This week there will be no new blog post because I have launched my new vlog, Getting on with your Faith! This vlog can be found here I sincerely hope you enjoy it and it is of use to everyone! Have a great week and see you next Wednesday! Tessa den Engelsen
"Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him and he will make your paths straight" Proverbs 3:5-6
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