It is with a heavy heart, that I regret to inform you all, I did not get the job. After much prayer and expectation, I was not the person they chose, or even considered. To think, I was so for certain I was the chosen one, and although I still am, I was just not the “one” for the job. Mentally, I was exhausted and overwhelmed from the disappointing news. However, I knew that even though another door had closed on me (again), it further confirmed to me that a new one still remained to be opened. It can be so frustrating waiting for something that you’ve been promised, but it’s also comforting knowing that once the promise is fulfilled, the time it took to get it won’t compare to the joy you have, from receiving it.
I know there are so many positions that I’ve yet to hold and doors I’ve yet to walk through, but I know when the time is right, I’ll get what’s rightfully mine. Rather than sit and wait with disappointment, I choose to wait anticipating that my best is yet to come. While others would consider delays to be more of a setback, I just consider them to add more to my story. God is not finished with me yet, but when He is, I’ll have a lot to tell! I know that where I am, is not my stopping point, but the turning point to something very beautiful!
Don’t grow tired from doing what you’re doing, because whatever it is you are doing, it’s the right thing to do! It may take you years to see your destiny fulfilled, but don’t allow temporary delays, to convince you to stay somewhere you aren’t permanently meant to be.
Until next time my NOTE takers!
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