“Someone has altered the script. My lines have been changed….I thought I was writing this play.” – Madeleine L’ Engle
It was this last entry that I acknowledged my life, so far, was much different than I had planned. I was divorced. I was a single mother. And, now I had reconnected with a gentleman named Kris Takle. I was supposed to still be married to Bryan living in Griffin, Georgia. Instead, I was engaged to another and soon to be living in Oklahoma.
That’s far, far away.
From my family. My friends. My church.
But, I wasn’t writing this play.
Sometimes, our life takes a turn, because it’s the providential will of God. Other times, our life changes its course, because of someone else’s choices. Or even our choices. No matter what causes the shift, I know God will turn a mess into a message. He will heal brokenness. He will see to it that the work He began, He’ll finish.
Because, He’s faithful.
God didn’t cause my shift in life. But, He did make something really good out of it.
I’m mean reallllly good.
So, keep holding on. Keep pressing toward the mark. Never, NEVER give up.
Need more encouragement? Hop on over to my good friend, Kim’s testimony. Seriously! Go do it!
He makes all things good.
And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God…. Romans 8:28
4 responses to “My Pre-Blogging Life: Part Four”
God will always “turn your scars to stars”…He is just like that….
Thank you! I can’t wait for my mess to become a message!
Let’s see……..I was married at 18: divorced at 19; Lost my mother at 23; moving around all over the place. Met a wonderful man two months after my mother passed away, whom 4 years later, I married. We just celebrated 17 years of marriage and we have been extremely blessed with a wonderful daughter who is now 15. So YES, even though the script isn’t always the way “we wrote it”, it’s always GOD’S VERY BEST!
Great blog Dusty!! God done good!!