Since that day, however many years it has been, when I begin to worry, I remember what he told me and try to truly believe in it. And you know what? It works.I have faith that ultimately things will be just fine.I try to do all that I can that is within my power, but I have to leave the rest up to God. I am beginning to really learn what it is to have faith, 'warrior faith.'
I recently read an interesting tweet: "Only when you are placed in situations where there is nothing or no one who can save you but God, will you learn the lessons of warrior faith." The trials that I have experienced this last year have really taught me the lesson of what it means to have warrior faith.
Now that the latest dark period in my life seems to have passed, I realize how blessed I have been. I had an awesome childhood and adulthood full of lessons and many blessings. As I look over my life, I cannot really complain.
As I enter into this newest phase of my life, I often find myself worrying about the type of mother I will be, if I am doing things right, will my daughter be happy and the like. I realize that as long as I am on this earth that I will likely never stop worrying about my daughter. But, this is just another challenge that I must hand over to God.
Thank you, Rodney, for the words of wisdom.
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