trustingodSo funny story that this quote is this day. Not funny, haha but funny, ironic. On the 13th I received a call from my apartment building regarding my dog. My sweet, never hurt a fly dog had allegedly bit someone. Long story short, there is absolutely no proof this happened (because it didn’t) but I still no longer feel comfortable living where I do. I can say this with a more level head because we’re 6 days after the fact. However, on the 14th, when this article should have been written, I was a mess. I was trying to figure out what I was going to do with my dog to keep her safe until I could get moved. Yep, my lease isn’t up for another couple of months but that was the last straw for my apartment complex and I was (still am) without a doubt moving.

There were a lot of prayers. And there was a lot of having to rely on other people. My mom, Sarah, Julie and Chelsea were instrumental. My mother started helping my figure out emails to send and things to document and Chelsea immediately sent me a list of 20 places that were looking for renters. It was so amazing and helpful because I was at work and there wasn’t much I could do at the exact moment. This was definitely a provision from Jehovah. He was using my friends and family to help me out when too many emotions were rolling around in my head.

It’s been a big goal of mine in the last 6 months to rely on God more. One of my favorite scriptures is Proverbs 3:5,6 and I used to recite this everyday on my way in to work.

My C.O. is in town by the time this is actually getting written and he was talking about how it is inspired error to rely on our our hearts instead of following the direction and guidance of Jehovah. Clearly we all really do need to trust God. I know my life has definitely gotten better when I started trusting in him instead of on myself.