Rejoicing in Deep NeedWhat happens when you choose to rejoice in God even when you’re in deep need?
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Well... Im a junior majoring in behavioral sciences with an emphasis in sociology. I'll be finishing a semester early (this upcoming December), which I find both exciting and scary. I don't know what I want to do after graduation, but I know that if I focus on God and listening to Him, He'll guide me where He wants me./ I am a Christian and will never apologize for it! When I think about what God has done for me-- for all of us... I mean, REALLY think about it, I get chills! He's so amazing, and His love is so awesome! I cant find the words to express how fantastic it is./ That being said, I do struggle with my daily walk. I love God, I'm a Christian, that will never change. It's just hard to keep my focus on Him as my number one priority, all the time. Definitely something I'm working on./ I have friends of all kinds. I know how to respect someone for who they are, even if I don't respect certain choices or lifestyles they make for themselves. I am a firm believer in forgiveness, that we need to see beyond each others mistakes and embrace them for who they are, and can be. I see the value in opening up to others, in paying attention to them and getting to know them. It makes life so rewarding!/ I am constantly frustrated by how shallow people can be. I wish one day, the world would wake up and realize how much potential they all have! I hate to see people losing out on what they're capable of because they're just having fun. I don't party, or smoke. The idea of waking up in the morning, not remembering anything from the night before scares me and I think people who like that are just plain ridiculous and many probably have deeper issues behind it all./ I love to have good, clean, nothing-to-regret fun! I tend to be a serious person, but I love to spend time with others, whether in conversation or dancing around the kitchen in our pjs, singing into toothbrushes! I love to laugh and be happy. I consider myself a socially comfortable introvert, so I don't initiate a lot socially. However, I do really enjoy spending time with others and drawing close in my friendships. I just recharge my batteries by being alone./ Last, but not least, I am definitely a romantic but I am a practical one. I love big hugs, cuddling, I love to love and be loved, and I love to dream about the future. I appreciate a good love story, whether it be in a book, movie, or in real life itself. I adore chivalry. I maintain that it is certainly not dead! It's just harder to find nowadays. I may compete with my guy to pay for ice cream, but I feel so special when he offers first!/ Cliche romantic ideas really do sound wonderful to me: dancing (although I'm not the greatest at it) in the moonlight, a kiss in the rain, a hug that'll almost knock me over (and a guy that'll catch me if it does), cuddling on the couch during the wintertime with hot chocolate and a fire blazing in the fireplace, to be pleasantly startled by arms wrapping around me and a whispered hello. I definitely want that in my life. However, I definitely want it with the right guy. Thats the practical side of me. Many people look for that with every person they have ever been interested in. And they expect the warm fuzzies to be the meat of the relationship, forever. They're so busy wanting to be loved, that if they can get this from anyone, regardless of whether or not they're right for each other, they go for it. I don't ever want to be that way, and if you catch me living like that, reign me in! hehe. I hope to never deal with the unrequited love thing again; my ideal would be for the next person I fall in love with to be THE ONE, and it'll be a mutual deepening of that care and love. I look forward to being with the person God has for me, but until then I am totally content waiting on Him for the right timing.