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Where He Leads, I Will Follow: (Part 2) — 9 Comments

  1. You have opened your heart for Him. I will be here for you too, in every revelation you will find… onward to come alive in His love. And in so doing, I will also be awakening with my own.

    Thank you.

  2. I love you and your heart, Barbie. And am honored you would share it with us here. Can’t wait to see what God has in store for you! His love is relentless, isn’t it. And He’s got You in a tight squeeze….

  3. Dear Barbie,

    I sit here with you and acknowledge with you how childhood pain colors our ability to receive His love, but I also want to encourage you that as you go to Him in honesty with your desire and pain, He will come for you, and reveal His heart of unconditional love…it is is a lifelong process, and I pray you will know more and more of His love for you…{{HUgs}}

    • Thank you my dear friend. This is a hard season. Life circumstances are clouding my vision, but I am pressing through, leaning in. I only want to see Him!

  4. Thank you for your honest post, Barbie. He will be faithful to reveal Himself to you. “Those who diligently seek Me will find Me.” Proverbs 8:17 It sounds like He is drawing you to an even deeper level of relationship with Him. Exciting…and yet can carry much trepidation! Praying for deeper blessings and a revealing of the truth of His love as He continues to “colour your heart.”

    • Thank you so much Debbie. Yes, I feel that pull to come closer. I just need to lift that latch and walk in. Sometimes I think it’s easier to see the hurt and pain so as to not to have to deal with it. But I know that God wants me free!

  5. I so wish I could give you a real, long hug.
    Pain and hurt from our childhood becomes a part of us that makes us who we are today. Only the love of God will heal this but the process is very hurtful as we live through the past and claim back what was stolen from us or not given in the first place.
    It sounds to me like you are making progress and you are right at the edge of the cliff and realize that in order for you to get to where you want to be you need to jump.

    Thanks for sharing. I know it’s hard but I also know that talking, in a safe environment, helps. You are loved and cared for by so many people here and I know many will be praying for you.

    Praying sister, I love you too. 🙂
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    • Thank you dear friend. Your comment reminds me of a post I wrote for the Faith Barista Jam about four months ago. It’s about standing at the edge of the cliff. I think I am going to repost it here on Monday! Love you!

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