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  • Writer's pictureLaura Kae


Today was a really good day. I was at school, which was much easier than a few weeks ago. We have gotten to the building up part of the leadership class. It means class is a lot calmer for the most part. I sort of enjoyed the arguments, er discussions, of the first half of the class.

Then I walked a dog, wrote everything except an introduction and conclusion to a paper that isn’t due for another week, celebrated what appears to be a more than average Facebook ad campaign, and went to a babysitting job, which is where I am right now.

Over the last few weeks, I have put in my notice to quit one of my favorite jobs. Honestly, I think God wanted me to quit it awhile back, but I didn’t want to and I didn’t trust Him enough since I had nothing else lined up. I finally went through with it. It is very much historically a part of me to quit jobs long after I think God is moving me on.

It is going to be very hard to have my last regular day at my job in a few weeks. I reckon I will cry, but it has been really cool to let go of the old and let God do something new. Tonight is something I can do because I am letting go of the old. It is good to be right where I am supposed to be again.

I did not think much today beyond my class and my paper. That was enough. It did occur to me that it amazes me what an open mind I need to walk the narrow way. Life is not boring when one follows Jesus.

My final thought for the night is that this whole “struggle with same-sex attraction” thing is a bit complicated socially/politically/religiously. I need wisdom. A lot of, lot of wisdom. I am quite sure most people in this world will not think I have an open mind walking this narrow way, but quite the opposite. Trust me, it takes an open mind.

Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few. – Matthew 7:13-14


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