Sometimes we get so discouraged on the gifts that we carry. Many times we believe maybe it’s all in our head or maybe our gift is not necessarily a gift from God. Discourage have killed businesses, torn degrees, and even ruin lives. But your gift from God should make you happy and give you purpose. Something that when you speak about it butterflies run around your body, then all of a sudden you get a warm feeling of comfort because it’s your calling. That’s how I feel about writing.
Recently there has been a gap in my writing because of midterms and I felt bad about that. However, during midterms, one of them consisted of a written response that had to be about 3 or 4 pages long. This portion brought me a sense of ease because writing is something that I’m passionate about.
Now a week has passed and it’s defiantly time for me to blog again yet I still couldn’t grasp that drive that use to always be inside of me until I received my grade and professor response from the midterm paper.
An extremely well organized, developed, and written response paper. Probably one of the best I have read to date. I most especially appreciated you sharing your experiences in working as a Patient Assess Rep, and your reference to your company offering an EAP for their employees and loved ones.
Please let me know if I can use your paper as an example with future classes. If so, please communicate back via email with attaching your paper again to the message.
It’s possible that she may have said nice things to all her students. Still, this meant a lot to me because I began to feel discouraged before receiving this response. However, when the Lord has a plan for your life and your gift he will send these reminders of who you are. It’s important that we take these hints and reminders from God and don’t take it in vain.
I don’t know who is reading this or if this message meant anything to you. But the Lord told me to write it as a hint for YOU, to keep pursuing your gift in the Lord’s name. You will be victorious!
For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end – it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay.