6 comments on “Are you there, God? It’s me blogging.

  1. I like how you stated that your faith has given you strength, and if you are wrong, then where is the harm. My faith is my rock, and God has guided me through some very tough situations. Through it all, I have learned that beyond the pain there is in life, there is also a purpose. If at the end, I learn that my relationship with God was all a product of my imagination, well what have I lost? I went through life with peace, despite my circumstances.

    Great post!

    • I agree Michelle. I like your point about purpose. Without faith in God, relationship with Him and prayer, I think it’s difficult to connect with your true purpose and strength. I wouldn’t want to journey in this life, especially as a wife and mother, without it. Thank you so much for your words of encouragement.

  2. I can’t remember if I wrote about this on my blog, but I was once an atheist. I was the worse kind of atheist. I was the kind that wouldn’t admit that I was. I would tell people I was agnostic. But deep down, I knew I didn’t believe. Seeing as much death as I did as a journalist really made me question why all this bad happened. I used to tell people only the weak believed in God. Boy was I wrong. It takes a strong person to maintain a relationship with God. It’s a lot of work. But rewarding. There is no work in not believing. You just don’t believe.
    It wasn’t until I found God that I was able to find who I was, though it took years. But I was on the path. I can’t imagine my life without God anymore. He saved me from myself. You talk about faith being a risk, and in today’s society it feels that way.
    As far as I’m concerned, we need to try to become the best version of ourselves and the only way to accomplish that is with God. So, risk or not, it’s worth it.

  3. Without my faith in Jesus I would not be where I am today. Sure, I probably would have found some success on my own, but that alone would not have satisfied my soul like a relationship with The Living God does. I enjoy your writing very much!

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