I wrote my 200th post yesterday *happy dance*
I don’t think it hit me how big it was, but as I settled in to bed last night I realized it’s 200 POSTS!!!
LOOK AT GOD!!!
When I started Bibi2be, I didn’t have it all figured out but I knew I needed to start writing, so I did. It was my step of faith into the unknown, where feet may fail. Through the years, I have seen God carry me.
It’s not merely about the 200 posts but the revelation, inspiration, emotion and prayer that has gone into each and every one of them. The journey has not been easy, I have questioned God, wrestled Him even. Thrown in the towel a few times, then picked it up a couple of days later; thrown toddler like tantrums and learned to obey. I feel like I should say ‘learned to obey’ one more time just for emphasis.
I have grappled with sadness, depression and experienced such joy!! I have learned to love and be loved. What to hold on to and when to let go. I have grown in God and my love and desire for Him has increased.
My love for writing has come alive. I didn’t think I could write a book, but this process has shown me that I can write as many as the Lord leads me to write.
I’m still learning to live and be all that He created me to be.
These 200 posts are my testimony that God is God alone. He is constant. He is faithful. He is God.
This blog has given me an audience beyond Kenya’s borders. I’m humbled. All this is for His glory.
The plans I may have had have wilted in light of God’s plan for Bibi2be. And it is okay.
I remain convinced that He is still coming for His bride. Oh that we may be found ready, with oil in our lamps.
I don’t know what the future holds and quite frankly I stopped worrying about it because each day has enough worries of it’s own. However, I am convinced that this is just the beginning.
This is to greater heights through and in Him. My desire is that it’ll be said of me , ‘God is the wind beneath her wings’.
I pray that as you continue to seek God you will find Him. May He give you a hunger for Him that cannot be sated by anything else. May His peace, His perfect peace, guard your heart and mind in Christ Jesus.
Take the leap. Heed the call. Walk upon those waters.
I’m off to celebrate the Lord’s goodness, grace and mercy over my life. This is one for the books.