However, last year I went through a trial in my life where I was ambivalent towards God. I depended on my works for God to be pleased with me and actually love me. I feared His rejection and I became dependent on my self-righteousness. However, God stayed with me and proved His unconditional love over and over. He healed my mind and brought me back into a trusting love relationship with Him.
With reliability comes trust, which is also another very important value. 2. Who first taught you this value? My parents were the first ones to teach me how important it is to be reliable. Growing up they were always true to their word and I never had to second guess if they would be there or not. I want not only my family but also my patients to feel the same way with me as I did with my parents.
I honestly hated school and just wanted to get it over with. However, that first year in choir changed everything. For the first time in my life I discovered something I truly loved to do and with that came an unquenching desire to want to get better and better; to be the best I
I thought to myself that I am going to make this year; this last year of high school the best yet. I was giving it all to God and I was going to work as hard as I could in all of my classes, always make sure God was first in my life, make more time for family and friends, and do the best I can do at any challenges I face in this year. When I finally arrived at school and entered the building, the only thing I was feeling was…
Nevertheless, everything turned out okay in the end. I grew to learn to love and cherish every person that comes into my life. I ended up at my first choice college in a city I never thought I’d live in before. The most important thing I learned was trusting God to direct my path and control my future. Learning this has made me appreciate the little moments in life and even the moments where I don’t feel my best.
New Year’s Day then became my favorite holiday ever than all other occasions. Because, is a great occasion to make New Year resolutions, learning from family gatherings and having fun and passion. I go to church with my family to communicate
I have attended classes and I have met people; however, I rarely see them during a service. After attending the same church for nearly twenty years, I began searching for a smaller church where I could connect with people on a more intimate level. I have always loved church, but it is considered a mega church and when I meet people that attend, it is not at church. It is usually in a different social setting. My church experience growing up was much different from the church I currently attend.
This is something that I think about on a daily basis, and this is where my motivation resides. Throughout grade school, the phrase “everything happens for a reason,” was permanently etched into my brain. I realized that as blessed as I was if God really wants to he could have given these blessings to someone else. I constantly would try to figure out why me, why did God choose me to receive these gifts. Then, sometime
It was the moment I was going to see my Parents happy and proud of me. The day my life would change for good. I remember the day like it was yesterday. The day of graduation was a day the I been waiting for a long time. When the day came I couldn’t believe it I felt so happy.
The long waiting game was finally over, the suspense of seeing how she was going to look, and if she was going to look like me or her father. I started feeling a little different than normal, I felt as if she was coming soon. Little did I know I would soon get contractions. All I wanted to do was sleep, sleep, sleep. I told my boyfriend I felt like she may come sooner than we thought but he just brushed it off and said, “You’ve been saying that almost every night for the past week.” I started to believe he was right and did not say anything more about it.