What Do I Do, God?

What do I do, God? Have you ever asked that question? I know I have. Isn't it frustrating when you think you know what God wants, but what He really wants is different than you could have ever imagined - until you find out He actually has something better in store for you? I've been wondering, "God, what do I do?" Recently I've been gardening like crazy, trying to earn money so I can sponsor a child. The thing is, the child I was planning on sponsoring isn't showing up on the site anymore. It's like a little voice inside me (Jesus) is telling me, "Wait." But I don't want to wait. Sound familiar? I want to sponsor a child now, but I know I need to wait for God's will and spend time with Him and in His Word, the Bible, so I can learn more about Him and grow closer to Him - and find out what He wants for me. He's really great, and He's never gonna let me down, no matter what I go through. And He's never gonna let you down or let you go either. Please don't ever forget that.

If you'd like to post a comment today, tell us about a time when you've asked God, "What do I do, God? I'm so confused!" OR, if you don't feel comfortable posting that, you can just post whether you've asked God what to do before. I'd love to hear from you!

God bless,

Anonymous –   – (October 21, 2010 at 3:34 PM)  

Hey Talia!:) I definitely ask God that a lot of times. I know I ask him that when something in school is just still really confusing, even when I've asked the teacher! That makes me kind of worried, so that's when I ask God that question.
GREAT post, Talia!!!♥ =)

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