Gran Hotel Independencia
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... instead of needing to rush back to start classes again in January! Also, two weeks before flying up to visit my family, I moved into my 4th apartment! It is being rented to me by my pastor's family, it's fully furnished and even has a small yard for my puppy to play in!
Everything that the Lord was providing for me, and continuing to provide for me was confirmation of his plans: I'm going to be staying in Mexico much longer than my original plan.
... signs of exhaustion and my spirit began to thirst.
I would come home from working around 7:30 pm, take care of my dog, clean up any messes she made and then go to sleep, wake up again at 6:30 and do it all again. No days off. I have been working 6 days a week and Sunday nights preparing lessons for my elementary school job.
Simply stated, I got caught up in my own actions versus in God's actions of love and kindness ...
... in the middle of another country, being told that I will work with and for college students building their faith and relationship with God in their language and through their culture, with my small jar-of-perfume-faith while constantly navigating a handful of changing variables, the most recent of which, was my job! I'm sure the Lord understands, that the idea can be a bit intimidating if not overwhelming.
... that I'm that much in a physical battle against the enemy but there is a very real spiritual war that we need to be aware of and fight against. Often times, that presents itself to us as our ability to maintain our comfort, versus actually doing what God asks.
So that's where I am. Sitting in my office praying and realizing that I feel called to pursuit becoming staff with COMPA, and being filled with excuses, fear ...
Culture and attitude aside, this brought different questions to the surface for me in my walk with God. I suddenly felt like a total imbecile, not understand the culture in which I threw myself, aimlessly wandering around with some high and mighty notion that I can help people which, is one of the very things I cannot stand seeing in American missionaries. It was during this time that I just ...