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I have spent most of my adult life fumbling through the darkness of unbelief.
Since the birth of my child, though, I have felt a tug – not all the time, just once in a while – to return to the Bible, to the Lord.
I’ve searched. I’ve stumbled.
I’ve made excuses. I’ve gotten lost.
We have much to say about this, but it is hard to explain because you are slow to learn. –Hebrews 5:11 (NIV)
I am slow to learn.
But now, I’ve found my way back. Or, more likely, He led me back.
In September, I began the Beth Moore Bible study called Believing God. I began working with a small group of online friends, but by week 2 was working alone.
Is it working alone when you’re working alongside God?
I don’t mind working by myself. It is my journey, after all.
I’ve learned so much about myself through this Bible study.
I have learned so much about my Lord.
And I have experienced faith to a depth I’ve never felt before.
In Him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in His holy name. –Psalm 33:21 (NIV)
Happily submitted to Things I Love Thursday
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