#TBH: When all those feelings arise and you take a look back

Now, I make no claim that my life reflects a Hollywood production, comprising all the great effects, music, and drams found in this clip above. At the same time, this little glimpse into the life of Peter and his discipleship calls to mind my own life and it’s journey …. 365 days later.

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Looking down from the central loggia of the seminary upon the Virgin Mary as guardian and protector of the main chapel.

A whole year has passed from the moment I stepped into the unknown and all I could do is trust Almighty God that he has plan for my life. As terrifying as those feelings were as I look back, I have learned great lessons since that moment.

I recently had breakfast with a friend who subscribed to the feeling that God may be too busy to help people, yet I remained unconvinced. While even in my doubts, the God of the cosmos and the God who effortlessly makes the sunrise has the loving desire to care for me personally, to love me intimately, to reveal his face tenderly. God has the unthinkable desire to love me in my brokenness and in my incompleteness! In that love, he has allowed me to walk on the water.

Trust that God, not only can, but desires, to invite you to walk on the waters of life!

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Welcome and thank you for visiting this page! You’ll find my personal reflections on Christian Discipleship, insights on my adventures throughout the world, one day at a time, and musing everything Catholic and musical with a cup of coffee each morning.
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2 Responses to #TBH: When all those feelings arise and you take a look back

  1. jane arney says:

    That Hillsong video is one of my very favorites!! “For I am yours, and You are mine!”

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