It all started with doubts…

2 Jan

I have to be honest with you all.

The reason I have been really late with posts was because of finals and sending letters, but also with doubts.

The truth is I have been in this weird fog lately. I am just…. not me.

In the midst of my pity party I decided to finally let out every emotion I was feeling to my good friends that I consider family. I received an amazing amount of encouragement to keep going within my walk with Christ. My journey of reconstructing my whole foundation begins now, and it begins with a song lyric that has gripped my spirit.

 

“la victoria yo tengo en ti”

-Fuego de Dios by Hillsong United

When my vocal chords wrapped around these words, tongue forming the speech of Ecuador’s soil, my soul snapped back into reality. I know Ecuador is handwritten by God on my heart. I know I will get out of this fog. And I know I have victory in THE GREAT I AM.

With all of that being said, I will continue to post. Regularly.

 –Dios respira vida en sueños aparentemente imposibles

 

PS. If anyone has ever been in a fog like I have, tell someone. What allowed me to finally open up myself was remembering the words God spoke to me one day. He said, “I send you people who love you, accept their love, I send these people so that you don’t have to be alone with your thoughts…” I realize not all of you may have the same beliefs as myself, but these words are still so true. If you’re like me, your biggest enemy is your thoughts. So please, make yourself cellophane to those who love you. Swallow the big pill of fear and anxious thoughts and… speak.

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