give and receive support and to answer and ask questions as pertaining to Godly living and the Bible etc.
Being a non-hypocritical God-centered Christian(doesn't mean I always am though, but I certainly try.), Showing people the Truth and leading them to the One true and living God. Being a good wife for my husband whom God has undeservedly blessed me with.
I'm passionate about...
My God, my faith-walk, and my family.
My story with God
I was thankfully saved as a young child in church, and have grown up in church families and living my life for Christ. When I turned 19 in 2008, selfish desires caused me to fight with my family over a man that I wanted to date. I became bitter when they did not let me do what I wanted, and chose to move out on my own regardless of the pleas of my family. I dated the guy that I hurt my family over, which was certainly a bad choice. He led me to go further physically then I had wanted, and I was putting him on a pedestal he never should have been on. He treated me badly, and was not a strong Christian, so he led me further and further away from the right path. During that year I was on my own, my heart in its selfishness turned from God. I was not drinking or drugging or anything, and praise God I was able to keep my virginity for my husband, but I was still far from where I should have been. I had begun to call myself an agnostic, simply because I was leading a lifestyle where God didn't fit in. I knew God was still with me, I knew God was calling me back. Well, not surprisingly, in a short while my life took a downward spiral. All in one month or so, I lost my 13 dollar an hr job, broke up with my boyfriend, and had to move back in with my parents. Nothing like God humbling you alittle lol. One day I was sitting on the couch at my parents' cabin, and was looking out the window at the beauty of creation, and all I can say is, a thought hit me out of nowhere. "You're an idiot! How could any of this be without a creator?! And why are you running from the great God that created it? He's been good to you. He could crush you quick as a wink but He's chosen to give you a chance..." and suddenly, I felt the stone that had grown around my stubborn heart crack, and I started crying. I apologized to God for the way I had let myself turn from Him and I felt, even before I asked, that He would welcome me back with open arms. I was home. The next weekend He brought me and my family to an awesome God-fearing church, and my faith has been on the increase ever since. Praise God!
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