Allow Him to Redirect You
Shanna D. Gregor
All my life I knew and believed my life was filled with God-given purpose. My mother and grandmother told me so—and I believed them. But nearly five years into my marriage, I found my life going nowhere. I felt misplaced and somehow knew there had to be more to God’s plan for my life.
My husband, Blaine and I both recognized a void in our lives and concluded, we were not where we should be. We thought if we stayed where we were—in every area of our lives—physically, spiritually, emotionally and financially—we would miss God’s plan.
We began to listen and watch for His perfect will. We I sat on our couch in our tiny mobile home that sat in my parents’ front yard, and prayed together. We asked God to put us where we were supposed to be because we felt in our hearts we were stuck.
The next morning, we headed to work in separate cars. We each had a 40-minute commute. I was listening to the local Christian radio station. I heard a job announcement at a ministry in another state and my heart leaped. I believed that was the job God wanted for Blaine. I called the radio station and got the information. The next day he mailed his ...
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