What have you learned?

When we are born we literally know nothing. We are a clean slate to be written on. We learn the language of our parents depending on where we grow up. I speak one language fluently and two others somewhat. It is what I have learned over the years. My accent is strictly general American with a little southern drawl. I was raised in a southern middle class family. My father worked for the US Post Office and my mother was a school teacher. Yet all of my life I knew I was a teacher. I knew in my heart that God wanted me to do something in the Kingdom of God. At first I didn’t know what it was all about. I studied as the bible said to show myself approved of God. I would only receive a little bit of information at a time. I would then prove the information before I believed it. Each piece of the puzzle had to be proven before I would risk my life on it. This information became steadfast in my life. I could depend on the knowledge God had given me. I was taught by God like Paul was on the backside of the desert. God didn’t want to overwhelm me with the vastness of His information. God wanted me to rely on Him. It became easy to believe and have faith in God. I still can quote scriptures without looking in the bible. This is what I have learned and rely on for my life.

4 thoughts on “What have you learned?

  1. You really make it appear so easy together with your presentation but I find this topic to be really one thing which I believe I would never understand. It sort of feels too complicated and extremely broad for me. I am taking a look ahead for your next put up, I?¦ll attempt to get the cling of it!

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