Thursday, August 30, 2007

Open Wide and I Will Fill It

The faithfulness of God has impressed me once again. I get so discouraged in my situation that I often despair and wonder how God can move...silly and foolish me.
Ps 30.11-12 "You have turned for me my mourning into dancing. you have loosed my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness that my glory my sing your praise and not be silent. O Lord my God I will give thanks to you forever.
Ps 54.6-7 "With a freewill offering I will sacrifice to you, I will give thanks to your name O Lord, for it is good. For he has delivered me from every trouble.
Jer 31.25 "For I will satisfy the weary soul, and every languishing soul I will replenish.
These are all verses I have read in the last three days...

Big move is on the way - and soon.

On Tuesday I will pack my ford Taurus and move to Louisville Ky. No, I won't become a UK fan or a Cardinal fan, I'll still pull for my Gators! Whoohoo College football is here!

I will be working at Southern Seminary in the Dean of the Lead School's office, Dr. Randy Stinson. I've read his work and heard all about him, now I get the chance to work for him.

I'll also have the opportunity to continue my schooling while I'm there at an amazing school and do ministry.

Prayer requests:

1. Money to be exactly what I need.

2. Smooth transition for all involved

3. The college ministry at Stetson University

4. A church in Louisville where hopefully I can get plugged into college ministry as well.

5. Traveling mercies (I get to see a dear friend from high school).

Who would have thought that my first visit to Southern's campus 10 days ago would so soon become my new home?

Thanks for the prayers!


Stephen Garrett said...

I do ask the Lord to grant you your prayers and his richest blessing on your move.

Stephen Garrett

Leah said...

Nathan and I spent two years in Louisville at SBTS, and really loved the school and the area. I hope your move goes smoothly and that the transition is wonderful. I would highly recommend our former church, Ninth and O, (Randy Stinson is a member there) because Bill Cook is quite frankly the best preacher I have ever sat under. Okay, new topic because I miss 9th & O---

What made you visit SBTS? What made you apply? This information is conveniently left out of your blog! Inquiring minds want to know!

back to LouKy--Great GREAT restaurants...Porcini's and Fat Jimmys are near the school, and you have to try Lynn's Paradise Cafe and have their mac and cheese! Okay, that's enough for now...