I would like to introduce you to my dear and precious friend Amy. We met in 7th grade. She was my best friend all though middle school, high school, we kept in touch in college, and she even moved to
I heard someone speaking about friendships. We should choose our friends wisely. I can’t say that I’ve ever been so conscious about whom I align myself with. Generally, if life brings our paths together and we have a reasonable amount in common and relate well, I would term you a friend. I have thought about it and I’d like to be more purposed about who I devote my time and heart and affections to. I have been blessed that a few friends, like my Amy, have come my way, despite my lack of purpose.
I am so delighted in the path that her life is taking, and God is leading her, and she is following His call. After a season away from home, she felt called to come back. She found herself working in the same, less-than-spectacular job that she had in college. And nothing seemed to be right. Then she met Eric, who also seems to be in what would appear to be the “wrong place”. They are in love and it is oh-so-wonderful! And now, it appears that providence is taking them to grander stations.