2012

ByEmily

2012

And so we begin.

2012, the start of something new. Or it could be the continuance of something old. It’s really all in how you look at it. As for me, the old stuff has gotten kind of boring, and although it may be comfortable because I’m used to it, I think I’m going to leave it behind and…..well, that’s just it. I can’t pin it down to just one thing. There are so many possibilities. And since this is my story, I can write it any way I want, which means that instead of picking only one, I can pick as many of those possibilities as I want.

The main thing is that I must allow God to have control and I must keep all trust and faith in Him. If I don’t, then it doesn’t matter what I write in my story, it’s not going to work out. Therefore, I’m going to write my story, but I’ll consult my editor daily. I have an awesome editor, by the way. His name is, well, here we go again. I never just address Him with one particular name. Some days I call Him Comforter, some days He goes by Peace, some days (a lot of days, actually) He operates under the name of Jehovah Jireh. And the list goes on.

Anyway, it’s 39 minutes into the new year, and this is what you get. Me-sleepy, but happy and excited at things to come. And let me just go ahead and warn every demon in hell that has received his assignment to bring an attack against my family or myself to watch your back, because my editor has mine. And with the power of my editor, I’m stronger than the strong-stronger-strongest-

strongerest (yes, the last one is made up) thing you can imagine.And so we begin.

About the author

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Emily is a wonderful mother of two beautiful girls. She is teaching them to serve God with all their hearts. Emily is also a wonderful wife to an anointed pastor in western Kentucky. She is a wonderful helpmate both spiritually and physically in her husband’s ministry. She is dedicated to God and to spreading the gospel and Love of Jesus. (Written by her husband, Markus. ;) )

  • Angie! Come on girl! Love it! What a way to start the new year! Very inspiring words and you have the best editor there is! I’m glad we use the same one 🙂 Blessings to you and your family in 2012. May God make this year more than you can ask, seek, or imagine.

    • Thank you Carrie! I wish I could take credit, but alas, this post is all Emily. She’s good, huh? Blessings to you, my friend!