Tweak Post After the Long Silence

a month and a half of silence. and i have learned many great lessons. God brought me down to the darkest valley so that i would see Him as He truly is – not just a loving and kind Father but also the fearful and almighty God.

for the first 6 months, i thought everything would go well. i was overridden with pride. i assumed that my job in a new position would go smoothly just because i had the qualified skills. i thought that my relationship would be fresh and exciting. all imagination…

i have discovered more of my ugliness than i wanted to. but it was a necessary process. suffering isn’t always too bad. it opened my eyes to a new perspective of myself.

now the relationship i thought working out so well has come to a long pause…and maybe it is the end. and work…i didn’t pass the probation period. thankfully, i am given another chance for another 6 months.

lessons learned.

i don’t know what i’m going to do yet if i don’t pass this probation. but for now i know that pride finds no place in a life of a Christian. God hates pride. and He uses every single way He can do to get rid of it in every nano factor in our lives.

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About Mink Gough

"No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined the things that God has prepared for those who love him." 1 Corinthians 2:9 View all posts by Mink Gough

2 responses to “Tweak Post After the Long Silence

  • Sharon

    Missed you Mink! Remember we are all works in progress. It does sometimes take reality to wake us up to what God is saying. I have been there lots of times. And for some reason( I am stubborn) I keep having to relearn somethings. Love you and will continue to pray for you and the staff in Thailand.

    • Minkster

      thank you, sharon! i miss you too. 🙂 it’s because of the suffering that makes grace ever so sweet. thank you for reading my rant. 🙂 i’m grateful for your prayer. and i’m sure we all at TH office are.

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