A great man said “it’s crazy how so much uncertainty can bring great things.” I realized then how much God blesses us through the uncertainty. 200 years ago, college aged men met to pray, desperate for India to get to know the Lord. When it rained, they burrowed into a haystack and continued to pray. This is now known as the haystack prayer meeting and began the modern mission movement. They were uncertain about what to do and were just desperate. With sas, my friends and I were unsure about what to do, but knew something had to be done and blindly followed what we thought the Lord wanted from us. Last well, I asked the Lord to let me cry because I couldn’t remember the last time I had cities, but knew that was a part of healing. Yesterday, I cried more than I could have ever imagined. I’m not sure what God is doing in me, but I know it will be good. I’m unsure about what this mission trip will bring or what we’ll be doing or how I’ll feel, but I know that through that uncertainty, God will bless and be glorified in ways that we would never have imagined. It’s through these uncertainties that we can really allow God to shine through. And although I’m (should I admit it?) Scared, sometimes all we need is 20 seconds of courage in the uncertainty and greater things will come. What are you uncertain about? God will show you his greatest works through that.

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