Sunday, June 22, 2014


Being a believer is a responsibility. Christianity is not a therapy to make things go better. Christianity is not there when you need it, or there for you when things are going bad. Daily, we need to give thanks. Daily we need to love God. Daily we need to be in prayer with Him. God speaks to us daily. God has given us His son. He sent His Son to die on the cross for us! I am not a parent. I do not know the love of my own child. I do however have a beautiful niece and 2 amazing nephews, and I could not imagine God asking me to give my Child for the rest of the Earth. I could not fathom knowing that one of them were going to die for the ENTIRE world. Here's the kicker. He didn't just die for the believers, he did not die for the "Christians". He died so that ALL may come to the Father through Him. But, you must have faith and believe that is the ONLY way to heaven. It is difficult to think through the process of what Mary must of been thinking. Mary, His mother, watch her child, a blameless man, be put on trial for nothing, then he was beaten, almost to death, then that wasn't enough. Then they crucified Him. Killed Him. That was God's plan, but what was Mary thinking? She didn't know the whole plan. She didn't know what His death truly meant.  What could Mary of done? How could she, as a mother watch this happen to her Child? 

Sometimes in life, we have to make decisions to be okay with the results. I know that every decision has a consequence, but, I want to believe that all things work together for the greater good. I have this  faith that all will work out. I know my God loves me, I know he has a plan, I just need to be patient. I think often of Mary, and how she endured the most excruciating thing, I think, a person can go through, losing a loved one, and yet her faith stayed strong. If Mary and keep the faith, so can I. If you are still reading, I ask for prayer through my difficult days. They are few and far between, but I am human and they still happen. Please pray for strength in my decisions and my future.

Love to all!

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