God will never allow difficulty unless he had divine purpose...~Joel Osteen
Difficulty, trouble, endurance, patience, triumph all describes what should have been a wonderful day. Friday began with such promise and excitement; I was to be interviewed on Atlanta Live! But the journey to getting there took every bit of endurance I had plus some I didn't. My vehicle gave me so many issues that even I could not believe it. While enroute to the studio the car cut off the first time around 1530 and it went down from there totaling seven times. It took me four hours and thirty minutes give or take to travel twenty seven miles. My emotions ranged from I’m glad it’s early, I still have time, fear, anxiety, and I’m not going to make it, to almost giving up. But the lord gave me the strength to press on and I made it.
While trying to make it to the studio I received word from my fiancé that he indeed 'wanted a break, due to the anger he feel’s towards me leaving my job to work I2p fulltime' (what perfect timing to drop that kind of news on me). I do not blame nor do I feel any aught towards him, because not many have the courage let alone the faith to blindly walk into the unknown. He is only able to see what he perceives to be what is. My dream has come at a steep price but one I would willingly pay again, again, and again. As much as I love that man I could no longer smother the gift that has been given to me, while willingly accepting a subpar life.
There is purpose to my pain and my loss for I am confident that the Lord is about to complete a work in my life that I have never seen. To go so long and then give up should never be an option for anyone. One day I will be married but that one day will not be May 24 2014 as I once thought.
So I continue pressing towards the vision that God has embedded in my heart...
I thank the good Samaritans who pulled over to help me
Until next time...Be Inspired2prosper!
This is my life unimpeded, unafraid and unashamed, on a journey from impoverishment to prosperity in every area!