Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Climbing a Mountain...


School has started, and I’m really into it. New beginnings call for zeal and perseverance, and I feel like this is what I need to do- hit the ground running. It feels like I'm climbing up Mt. Everest!

So I won’t be posting as often as I’d love to, but rest assured I won’t forget you all!

Today man sees all his hopes and aspirations crumbling before him. He is perplexed and knows not whither he is drifting. But he must realize that the Bible is his refuge, and the rallying point for all humanity. It is here man will find the solution of his present difficulties and guidance for his future action, and unless he accepts with clear conscience the Bible and its great message, he cannot hope for salvation. For my part, I glory in the Bible.
- Haile Selassie I (1891- 1975)
Emperor of Ethiopia

I found this powerful quote today, and I feel like it’s INCREDIBLY true. This week I’ve started doing my own devotions- just me and God. It’s a lot different that our family devos, and, though I like our time as a family and God very much, there’s just something special about alone time with my Heavenly Father. I’d like to encourage you all to find a great teen devotional to do every day. I can’t even begin to describe how much it’s already helped me get through the stress that’s been heavily attacking me.

These next three weeks will be pretty rough on me, so I’d greatly appreciate your prayers. I’m a real person who struggles with new things, and starting another school next week will be no easy feat.

Onward, to climb and conquer more mountains!

God Bless,

4 comments:

Emii said...

I'll be thinking and praying about school, Prism!

Hey, I've been looking for a teen devotional and I was wondering -- what's your called? Thanks!

Luv,Emii

justagirl4god said...

I'll be praying for you Prism! May God bless you and keep you, may His face shine upon you and give you His peace. And may you love Him first - more than anything else.
xoxo
Rachael

~Prism~ said...

@Emii: Thank you so much! It's The One Year Devos 2 by Susie Shellenberger (former Brio editor, now owns Susie mag)

@justagirl4god: Thank you so very much!!! I so need to remember that God's first, no matter what. Devos have helped SOOOOO much!

God Bless you,

~Prism~

MoonShaw said...

Oh yes, personal devotions are very special.
And are you starting in a new school, or it's just starting school that you're worried about? Whatever, I'll pray^^

Blog Widget by LinkWithin