How often do we asked ourselves who we are? Now this is an experience of someone who felt like God is never there for him. Is God never really there? This is his story.
I’ve been asking since i opened my eyes to what life really is, who am I? No one could give me an answer. What’s more frustrating is the fact that I don’t really know who I am, not literally but logically. Have you once wandered far from reality? Like dreaming of something you wanna be. Being a superman, wonder woman, batman or any other super heroes but in the end instead of knowing yourself better you still have that question who I really am?
To be honest depression and stress got me. I couldn’t think straight, I couldn’t bond well with other people. And worst I don’t have someone to talk to at the moment, for the reason that I can’t even explain whats happening to myself. I want to be alone, yet I want someone to be there for me. I want to think that circumstances are real, yet it bothers me if its going to be real. I wanna learn how to love, yet I’m scared of whats going to happen in love.
I felt tired and all, and suicide cross my mind. Then there someone opened my eyes so it was close the whole time. He opened it so I could see a wider view of his creation, and there it was I started to think again. I thought, what did I just committed? I haven’t done it yet but it feels like I’m doing it. I cried and prayed, truly it is that Jesus Christ is alive. He is always there whenever we feel like falling. And up to this day He guided me and where I am right now made me believe and realise that if we trust in the Lord he is ever ready to lift us up from darkness.
“The people who walk in darkness will see a great light; those who live in a dark land, the light will shine on them.” Isaiah 9:2
Do you believe in love at first sight? How about in second sight? Well, this story will open your eyes to believe in LOVE at first sight.
“Who is this young woman? Where did she come from?” Boaz asked his young servant.
RUTH, a widow, a foreigner, a woman from a cursed tribe of people, was gathering the grain dropped or missed by the reapers. She had no advantage, the circumstances of her life relegated her to the role of a beggar. She had nothing, in the reality of her culture, she had less than nothing. This unlikely heroine caught the eye of the rich farmer, Boaz.
Ruth is very busy living her pitiful life. Ruth is doing the best she can in her present predicament. She doesn’t realise she’s caught the eye of someone special. She’s head-down—trying to make her life work. Boaz comes out to the field and this unremarkable person, undoubtedly one of many, catches his eye.
Now, do you know that you caught the eye of Jesus Christ? Do you know that when Christ saw you it was love at first sight? Even though we don’t do anything to impress him, He loved us
Before Ruth knew who Boaz was, he saw her.
Before you knew Jesus was looking, He saw you and when Jesus saw you, He fell in love.
Never be discourage, God is preparing someone who will lead us more closer to him. Stop the flow of sad tears, and let the JOY flow out from you.