posted on Aug, 12 2013 @ 02:52 PM
My family and I were led to take a leap. We didn't attempt to go to an island, but it might as well have been. We had to go back to my hometown of
The entire story has no use for most of you. But, in short, we were all but destroyed there. Or so we thought, for our perception of destruction was
different before we learned to go through some really bad things, which prepared us for what was to come after for us.
As well, God saw fit to save this family lost in the ocean, and He saw fit to save us. But we were shown a thing which we thought was so horrible,
only to find soon afterwards that there are even worse things that can happen (worse things that appear to be better, and that you even wish for, but
then soon learn that all that you thought was destruction before was actually a blessing in disguise).
Most people will be too afraid to relate. I know that if I actually knew what we would be getting into, then we would never have ended up learning
the extremely valuable lessons that opened our minds to a much greater wisdom that we now possess. And every moment since, we have been hurled into
situations, like wingless birds lost in a stormy, roaring ocean in the middle of the night with a near new-moon on the horizon.
We have learned to rely upon God regardless of the insanity around us. And for those like this family that might someday go through a similar
experience, you will be ridiculed by almost everybody. But you will learn so much that you will, honestly, and literally, begin to see even the
seemingly wise adults around you as if they were whiny babies without eyes or ears. You will start to feel like the adult around an assembly of
professionals, but they will appear like kindergartners without a proper nap-time to you.
Though you should be humble still, it is no lie, that is how you will feel.
Through these experiences, God fashions and molds people to be leaders. Now whatever they are to lead, that is specific to their situation, and