Trust – Not always easy

Some of the hardest days we lose site of the importance of keeping our faith. Even those that don’t believe in God or Jesus, they have the notion of something that keeps them moving forward. So I guess you could say that whether you believe we all have bad days and bad seasons in life. Just the seasons are different. In the past week I have hit rock bottom, have seen the light at the end of the tunnel and have restored my faith in my own faith to leave all my troubles in God’s hands.

In the past it has been easier said then done. But with everything else going on in my life I’d have to say I’ve been the calmest I have ever been and when I was told I was being let go at my job I was totally okay with it, like it wasn’t the CEO telling me, but God was telling me, its time to move on, I have a plan. Some of the people that know what happened said that I was just too calm to be let go with no prospective job lined up. But God doesn’t shut a door to not open a larger door. I’ve put in all in His hands. Given Him the power of my path and just said, God…I’ve got nothing, its all on you to come through for me. Easier said then done, but as I think back he already started that upward battle with my Disability.

I honestly believe that those that go through the storms that come out the other side are stronger and when I was laid off years ago I grew up really fast and learned quickly that networking, keeping God close, and friends closer was the best thing I could do.

Good new to end the week. I have a great job interview and line up next week and it could push me into another direction within IT which is what I wanted. I truly believe that when your up your up, when your down your down, and when your in the middle your being attacked.

But this week has been up and down, lost a job, might already have another, my friends have reassured me they are my friends, I’ve started talking to my mom which has been hard, but glad that I am and praying for a change in that. Its just like nothing I have experienced in my life. The ultimate roller coaster in my life and I accept it and put it in God’s hands to deliver the perfect answer.

Published by Brian J. Gibbs

I am a 9 year US ARMY Combat Disabled Veteran who loves this country and works hard to keep this country as great as I have seen it. I served this country to better myself and be apart of something greater than me. I have a greater purpose and it is to serve others and help those that other wise can't.

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