God certainly gives us glimmers of clarity, and assurance that we are where He wants us to be—but that doesn’t mean we suddenly become omniscient. Our knowing always remains in part, leaving us weak and dependent. In other words, embracing our finitude and limited understanding is exactly where God wants us to be so that our strength is in Him and not ourselves.
“The real struggle…is about you: you, a person who has to learn to live in the real world, to inhabit her own skin, to know her own heart, to stop waiting for her life to begin.”—Caroline Knapp (via musingsinfemininity)
I just wanted to take a moment to thank God and everyone who prayed for me during my interview today! I was extended an informal job offer for a position as an office manager/electrodiagnostic assistant to a Pediatric and Adolescent Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist based in Berkeley and serving the Bay Area! I just have to wait on the Doctor to check with my references before finalizing everything!!
Will hold my breath just a little longer until it’s official! But just wanted to take a second to express my gratitude. More later (hopefully lol).