Mother Teresa Come Be My Light. I bought this book about two years ago and put it on the shelf. I guess God didn't think I was ready to know what was going on with me. I am going through a transformation and if you ever want to understand it intimately read this book. I'll give it to it to you when I'm finished. I'm not a saint like Mother Teresa but I am going to the same transformation.
It starts with your own personal passion. Your time on the cross with Jesus. A long period of physical pain. For me it is my headaches which I call my Cross of Thorns.
The second state is wanting to give up worldly goods and have complete intercourse (union) with God. I gave away everything to my son and now live in a room with a bathroom down the hall and no shower. I am happy here and spend a lot of time in prayer and meditation.
The third stage is when God gives you your mission. For me it was helping Pastor John in Kenya with his orphans.
I think I'm too old to become a nun however LOL
The women of this village in Kenya as a women's association. I created a website for them.
Sometime in June, 2016 I felt as if my brain were generating electricity. Within a few days it was more like a bubbling brook. The next thing I knew I had come to believe that Jesus Christ died on the cross for my sins and was resurrected. After a life time of agnosticism and a belief in God but not Jesus I finally accepted the truth. And it indeed set me free.
Since this time I have been happy and joyful and friendly. I have also spent sometime on the cross. I got evicted and was homeless for a few days. I put all my "stuff" in storage and moved in with my son. We do not get a long but I saw this as an opportunity to heal our relationship. I neglected him because of my love addiction and he needs me to stop running away from him and buying him off with money.
More to follow . . .
"Wise words are like deep waters; wisdom flows from the wise like a bubbling brook. . ." Proverbs