Hint #3: A Career with a Hope

June 22, 2015

Hello, everyone,

There is a popular Bible verse that says:

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11. The word “future” is in bold for a reason!

Remember, everyone, when I had my previous two hints?! Remember those things I said? Well, connect them with this hint, everyone. 🙂 Then what do you get?

What do you all guess is the answer to all 3 of these marvelous hints? I’d love to hear all of your guesses!

So, moving on to explain this hint further: God always has amazing plans for each and every one of our lives, whether you believe that or not! 🙂 He always knows what is best for us. Recently, I was offered a golden opportunity that I could not pass up. It was something that had to do with my college degree and my writing, something amazing. Something I’ve done nothing but dream of my entire life! And now something wonderful is coming true in my life.

God is so amazing. He always takes care of us and always provides for us and our every need. He provides us in ways you never expect, in mysterious ways, but also in perfect timing. So many wonderful things have been provided unto me this past month. Next Monday is my birthday, making me 27 years old. I can proudly thank God for another beautiful year of hard-earned lessons, wonderful adventures, and a bright future.

Because nothing is impossible with God! 🙂

Soooooo, what do you all think the answer is????? Let me hear your best guesses!! Can’t wait to hear them. 🙂

Enjoy your week 🙂

JMK~

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10 thoughts on “Hint #3: A Career with a Hope

  1. I agree that family is so important. I’ve been married to my husband for almost 2 years this September and are looking forward to kids some day. I have brown hair, too, so it looks like we have a few things in common. 🙂 My beliefs are biblical-based, but once again, I don’t harbor personal feelings against anyone and am not trying at all to be mean or critical. I hope you know that. 🙂 . I enjoy our conversations, so I hope we will continue to collaborate through social media. I forgot – are you a writer too? I’d be honored to see your website if you have one too. 🙂

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    1. We have lots in common! I’m a Christian too. Yay! So is my wife. We’ve been together eight years. Our daughter is four, and oh my gosh, she is a handful. I am so grateful to God for letting her be a part of our lives.

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  2. Okay, I admit I was curious. I checked to see if you were nice to me, after I said I was gay. And you weren’t! You deleted my comment, even when I said I wished you well. I’m sorry you are afraid of gay people. I still wish you well. God loves both of us.

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    1. Hi Zoe 🙂 I apologize for deleting the comment. The comment itself I admit I was a little bothered by, so I didn’t want the reminder. I apologize for hurting you. That was not my intention at all, so I hope we will continue to have conversations. I do enjoy them. 🙂 I am not afraid of gay people and not against them personally or you. I just disagree with the lifestyle. So knowing this, I hope to continue to see your posts. Otherwise, I do wish you very well 🙂 I’ll miss having you on here.

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      1. Thank you for the apology! Just so you know I’m not gay JUST because I think it’s cool. It’s likes me having frizzy brown hair or being tall. It’s how God made me! I love my wife and I love our daughter. I’m just happy that our marriage is okay everywhere in the US. Family is SO important!!!!

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