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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Devotional Sunday (Change from Testimony Sunday)

Isaiah 35:10
and the ransomed of the LORD will return. They will enter Zion with singing; everlasting joy will crown their heads. Gladness and joy will overtake them, and sorrow and sighing will flee away.
Isaiah 35:9-10 (in Context) Isaiah 35


Every one of us here on earth will suffer sorrow. But all of us will experience the great joy that life also has to offer.


Believe me when I say that I have had more than my fair share of sorrow. From the time that I was born in fact. And when you tally them all up that I have collected thus far, many may wonder how I am able to see the positivity in anything.


Even though a time or two, I had lost my faith in God, He never once lost His faith on me. Even when I turned a blind eye to Him.


In the end, after walking through all of the Valleys that I have traveled, I have reached the Mountain Top. Sure, I will be pushed back down in to the Valley again a few more times before my life's journey here is over. 


But I know that once I walk through the Valley, that the Mountain Top is there waiting for my return.

2 comments:

FCEtier said...

You lost your faith in God more than once?
What happened to help bring you back? Is it something you can explain? Was it a logical thought process or something spiritual?

pr0udmom0f3 said...

In all honesty, I think a bit of both logical, as well as spiritual.

If you read some of my past posts, you can get a sense of all I have had to "endure" in my (now) 33 years of life.Starting from my first breaths after birth.

In the end, I knew in my heart that Satan and God were really battling it out for my soul and belief. I believed the "inner lies" that I heard. And I turned away from God. Easily in fact.

In the end, both logic and a pastor at the church my family and I no longer attend had helped save my spirituality. I had seen finally the truth within the lies.

After (literally) begging for forgiveness, after at least three years of anger and resentment towards God (the second time around), did I finally open my eyes to the Truth and had them remain open since then.

The first time that I "turned away" (for about 2 years) was after the death of my mother when I was 12 years old.

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