But then. . .
I talk to some other people in my life. Others that I also trust and respect immensely. And their advice/opinions clashed with my decision. Suddenly I am second-guessing myself. Did I make the right decision? Since it is still in the "could-be-changed" stage, should I change it?I don't know what to do. It wasn't an easy decision to make in the first place.
I think all the hesitation comes from the fact that it has to do with one of my kids. It's a major step, and the momma in me is eager and yet reluctant to make this decision.
So I cried a lot today. yeah. It's been that kind of day. I went back to the Bible in search of His wisdom. I needed to trust in Him. I found "As for God, His way is perfect; the word of the Lord is tried; he is a buckler to all them that put their trust in Him." 2 Samuel 22:31 And in Psalm 37:5, I am reminded to "Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in Him, and He shall bring it to pass."
Yes, my original decision was right. By putting my trust in God, I know that I can trust myself to make good decisions.
It's still hard. And I am sorry to be so vague on this. I will be able to share more next week.
but for now, just trusting...