Sarah—Th Most Important Blog Ever
So last week I thought it was my last week to post and I signed my blog as such. So sorry to disappoint all of you, but you get to hear from me one more time. But I assure you that this is the last time I will be posting as a Southern Freshman Blogger.
Memories only do you so much good. If you’re always looking into the rearview mirror, you won’t get very far even if it looks prettier behind you. Let’s face it, the only part of your life that you have control over is the present and the future. And so I decided for this last post not to talk about any more memories but rather to talk about the future.
And there’s really only one thing to say about my future, or yours: Make sure God is in it. And more than just in your future; make sure He is guiding your future. Let’s face it: a stellar GPA, a summer internship, or a perfect job at school does nothing for you when you realize that you have no idea where you will be in five years. (Or this summer.) Doesn’t it make sense to trust the One who knows the future to guide your life?
And with God in your future, you never have to worry about things not working out because He said that He has good plans for you and He’s never failed before. Think about how great of a future (and a present life) you would have if you never worried about your future anymore. But the greatest news of all is that God wants to be your life-planner. All you have to do is let Him.
So if you’ve read anything I have written this year, the main thing I want you to remember is: IT IS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST TO HAVE JESUS AS YOUR BEST FRIEND. I pray that you discover His love for you and experience how wonderful His plans are for you life.
Letting Jesus be My Life-Manager