The photo is of me playing ukulele in the car on the way to Pennslyvania.
Written January 9, 2023
The Bible says, “All things work together for good for those who love God and are called according to his purpose” (Rom. 8:28 ESV). I’m sixteen, and maybe it’s just me, but I have little control over where my life is leading.
Right now, I am on the road driving to Pennsylvania. Did I decide to go here? Nope. Not that I don’t want to visit my Grandma, but that the decision was not up to me.
Currently, I am enrolled in Liberty University’s dual-enrollment program, on track to get a degree in Biblical Studies. Did I decide to do this? Not at all. I could drag my feet and fail, but that is something that I don’t think is right.
It is essential to mention, as well, that I am not prepared to set off on my own quite yet, so I appreciate my parent’s guiding decisions in the meantime.
Nevertheless, the most important thing to remember is what God has promised in his Word. I “love God” and I am “called according to his purpose,” which means that all these things will work out for my good. That means that even though I don’t know why he’s put me on this road to Pennsylvania or why I am in college in eleventh grade, I can still know that he has a plan and a reason for all that is happening to me.