The Journey Continues.. 

  So about two weeks after I got home, I began to just feel this burden on my heart to really seek God’s direction for my life.  This was like the first time I had ever felt such a strong sense to pray and seek God’s will.  Never before had any of it really made sense, but this time it was different.  

  I continued to pray and seek direction, and I knew that God was asking me to move somewhere.  About the same time, a dear friend came to me and without knowing any details of what I had been praying about, told me that she believes God is going to open doors for me to move to another state. Wow, was I ever speechless, I praise God that she told me this, as I was waiting on confirmation, even though I didn’t know how it was gonna come.  I just knew in my heart that God was going to show me the exact place he wanted me to go at just the right time.  There were two different states that God laid on my heart, but in time God revealed that the doors were opening in GA for me to move there.

 So even before I knew I would be moving, I had planned a trip to GA to visit some very special people, and then two weeks after I booked my trip, I knew I was going to moving to their exact area. So once again, God worked out alot of Lil details, and I was able to meet some of the people here and also have a job interview in that first visit.  

  There was of course, Lots of planning that needed to happen but God took care of every thing, and I mean every tiny detail.  From figuring out how to move  my stuff to where I was gona live. Praise the Lord for that!!!  

 Oh, and obtaining my job in GA is another favorite part of the story, simply because How God worked out the details there too.  So I had always had this dream of being a secretary, I even took classes to help me learn more computer ish type things(cuz obviously I knew nothing about techy stuff, but it just seemed the doors would not open for me to get a secretarial job.  Well, once I knew I was moving here, the people here informed me of a secretarial job that would be available and they didn’t even have a clue that it was a dream of mine to be a secretary someday 😊  Hallelujah!!

  When I left Indiana that morning in August for the last time as a resident there, I don’t think I really had any idea, of the journey I was about embark on. It’s been an incredible 18 months of living here in the south, altho it definitely has its challenges too. I thought being homesick was bad the first couple months, I think it’s even worse now, but God is always faithful, and I am so glad He led me here and I can hardly wait to see what the future holds.


   Thanks for joining me as I shared my journey, there’s lots more I could have shared, and that may be in a future post😉 

Thankful for Grace,


1 thought on “The Journey Continues.. 

  1. Vinny, thanks for sharing your testimony. I’m sure some of these things were not easy to write. But it’s wonderful to hear how God worked in your life and has brought so much healing!
    “He who calls you is faithful, who will also do it.”
    (1 Thessalonians 5:24)
    “…being confident of this very thing, that he who began a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.”
    (Philippians 1:6)


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