November 25, 2012
I feel like our society today has made religion such a touchy topic to talk about. So many people can agree with me when I say that a lot of people feel uncomfortable talking about religion or maybe picking a religion or something along those lines.
So since I haven’t written on my tumblr for a while I’m going to start up again but I’m not going to talk about how horrible my life is or anything like that. I’m going to talk about my walk with my religion and how it’s changed me as a person. I wanna share with you guys some things I learned on my walk with my religion or even a verse here and there. I think so many people have such a bad view on being a Christian or Catholic or what ever religion you may be.
I’ve had my fair share of struggles, obstacles, and heart breaks. I have reached some low points in my life where I wasn’t sure if I was even going to be able to come back up. I hated who I was and I hated everyone around me. I blamed myself, my family, and God for everything I was going through. I was mad for letting myself sink so low into my life. I was mad at my family for not being there for me when they should have been. And when I did turn to God I was mad at him because when I was struggling and suffering he wasn’t there to help me like everyone said he was going to be.
Anyone who knows me knows that I was never religious type. I had my fair share of drinks, smokes, and wild nights. But after all that I know realize that all those things never got me anywhere but trouble. I’m not here to preach about God or anything, but I just hope something I post can open somebody’s mind to the thought of God or maybe it can be that one thing that you need to read when you are having a rough day.
I’m a person that still makes mistakes and sometimes takes the low road but I’m doing better and I’m becoming a better person from my walk with God.
2 Corinthians 18
18 So we don’t look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen. For the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever.