Yes, I can’t believe it, but I’m actually turning 30!
I’ll be celebrating my birthday soon with family and decided to take a little early break from posting. I’ll resume Tuesday or so of next week. So today’s post is just light (be prepared I will be discussing how to discern dreams and the warning to Christians about it soon!).
I’m not sure how I feel about turning 30, it’s a weird age. But something I’ve found great comfort and delight in is Jesus started His ministry at 30! How awesome is that!
I just want to thank everyone who has supported me and my blog(s). I know especially on here I talk about a lot of difficult topics. It’s to push you closer to Christ, and I know these topics aren’t easy. They aren’t easy for me either. I know I am accountable to every single thing I discuss and how that also holds me accountable to my walk with Christ as well.
I want to thank you for your patience as I’ve grown in this blog and how to tackle and discuss these topics better as the years go by. I still make mistakes. There are so many things I tend to think I’ve explained well enough, only to clarify later. I thank you for your encouragement and willingness to discuss these things with me. For giving me productive discussions instead of negativity.
Your positivity, openness to share your own struggles and honest feedback is such a blessing. I know God has protected me a lot through your support and help in the comments for the blog especially. The negativity I do deal with, God has helped me prepare for, and He has blessed me with you all to see His love at work.
Your love of Christ, support, discussions, and prayers far outweigh the negative. You all are truly a gift.
I appreciate the kindness and encouragement so many of you have given me and shown me through example. I have a lot of mothers, grandmothers, and sisters in Christ on here especially, and I can’t say thank you enough to God and to you for shining the light of Jesus in my life.
We may not always agree on the topics, but so many of you are focused on seeking the truth of Christ and seeking a deeper relationship with Him. He is most important, and I believe with our eyes focused on Him, Jesus breaks through any barriers that come along the way.
God be with you all!
~T. R. Noble