My journey as a Christian has begun. After the one2one and baptism, things are starting to get normal now. I still have my quiet time. I’ll start answering the Purple Book by January. I still attend Sunday service and VG sessions. I serve at the 6pm service from time to time. I have people from my past reaching out to me, and I politely turn them down. I guess I can call that progress.
I haven’t been setting much time for blogging though. In September, I had more than 31 entries. That’s more than the number of days in that month. For October and November, the number dwindled down. The quality of what I write about isn’t that energetic as before too. Yeah, normalcy.
So what’s next?
I need to make sure that there’s consistency in my activities. Also, make sure that I blog at least five times a week. My prayers are getting more personal and I like it more that way. It makes me feel God is closer than I thought.
There are two things that I may have to focus on: ministry and mission. More than praying for others, leading them to the same path may be more satisfying.
One year, two years, fifteen years from now, I don’t know what else I could have done; but the future is bright. All my fears are dealt with one by one. And in some ways, as surprises. I am unsure what God wants for me, but it must be one plan I couldn’t resist.
To end, I thank You Father for letting me walk with You again. I pray for strength, to run this race until the end, with You in mind. I pray for support in my weakest moments, and guidance in my triumphs. I thank You for surrounding me with wonderful people from church who are there to remind me how it is to live a Christian life. I pray for my family and my friends, that they may be able to focus on You too, so they will see Your good and pleasing will for everyone. I thank You for being present when I am tempted, and giving me the wisdom to say no to foolish acts. I pray that soon, I will be able to bring others to this race. I have found that this is a race that not a lot of people want because of the lures of sin and pleasure. I pray that You will work in their lives so they will get back in the game; and leave the enemy on the sidelines, powerless and desperate. Thank You, for reminding me of Your ultimate sacrifice, because of that, we are all victorious. All of these, I lift up to you, in Jesus’ name I pray.