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I am the second oldest of a big family. I am a extreme teen for Christ. I love writing and would love to help teens through my writing. I feel like I have a lot to share with those teens that tend to be forgotten, those average christian teens! I also have a good sense of humor heehee. (sometimes)

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Life and Who I am

Do you ever get a point where you just forget who you are? Where one day you feel like everything in your life just fits right, you know exactly who you want to be; than the next you don’t even remember who you are or what it was that you stood for? You can’t pin point exactly what it was that messed you but one day you are different. It really takes the closests people to you to make you realize who you had become, but it is the getting back that is the hard part. The people and temptations that held on so hard to you before are always there, encouraging you to make the wrong choice. You struggle and you try so hard, but than you realize something,
There is absolutely nothing you can do.
You don’t have enough strength.
You are too weak.
There is only one thing that can help us, one thing that is bigger than us, stronger than us. His name is God and he is here to help us. He is here to make everything better, fix all of these wrongs, fight off all of these temptations.
You realize this but instead of feeling weak or inferior; you are filled with this wonderful sense of relief. This sense that finally everything is going to be right. You can relax and not have to try so hard.
The best part is the people that you disappointed, the ones that were hurt the most when you lost who you were, are still there. They never gave up on you. That’s how you know they love you, That’s how you know how precious you really are to them.
Welcome Home, Jessica.


Blogger Curtis said...

You're back!!!
I missed you. Seriously.
I totally get what you're sayin'. I have those days too, occasionally. And you're right, it does take a realization of weakness and humility to turn us around. I think that we regularly experience these dips in some way or another. It's just a part of stumbling and trusting God to help us back up.
Write back!

3:01 PM  
Blogger Jessica said...

I am really suprised to see you comment!! I figured that you would have abandoned it long ago. How have you been Twinny? I will go check out your page!
God has been so good at teaching me humility and how much he loves me, it is wonderful!!
good talking to you again!!

8:54 PM  
Blogger Curtis said...

Lol, I kinda figured that you'd be surprised. :-) But nope, I haven't abandoned it. I may have had a dry spell or two, lol.
I've been really good! I have a part-time job right now. Sometimes it lapses into a full-time job (it's retail, go figure, haha). It's really fun and I love all the people I work with! We're all family in the warehouse, lol.
There's just been so much else, you'll have to read my last few blogs, hehe.
How have you been?
Ttyl and God bless,

7:30 AM  
Blogger Jessica said...

Oh I am so rude, I never replied to you. Sorry I have been too busy lol.
I wouldn't blame you for abandoning it, I did lol.
I got a new job too, I have been working at a camp it was so fun this summer. I was working like 12 hours, but it was awesome.
I am going to actually go read your blog now, sorry lol. I am good by the way

12:26 PM  

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