I haven't gone to bed quite yet and it's 4:30am...but wanted to write something down quickly so I don't forget. Lessons I'm learning... 1) Need, need, NEED to put on the armor of God daily, multiple times daily if I have to 2) Patience...everything is in God's time, not mine, God's. PERIOD! I may think it's taking too long, or that it's too late, or whatever the case may be, but His timing is PERFECT. Also, along with patience is learning to be still and wait on Him. Something I know I need to learn...but have been resisting. It's not easy to be "still". I might think it's a crisis, but He's in CONTROL! 3) Repent. I might not feel like I've done anything wrong, but I am human. I am a sinner and I need to constantly repent. Repent to the Lord and repent to anyone else I may have done anything to or acted unkind to...anyone He puts on my heart to repent to. I am also to forgive...not just those who have done wrong to me...but myself...I need to forgive me. 4) Let Go and Let GOD! It doesn't matter what it is, whatever it is let go of it. Let God be in control. I don't need to be in the pilot seat, nor do I need to co-pilot, He knows exactly what He is doing. Stop hanging on. 5) Obedience. I need to obey...it is not enough to just listen and to know...I have to do. If He tells me to do something that is what I need to do and I need to do it in His time...not in mine. That tug at your soul...gosh...I get it so much but I am selfish and hardly obey. This needs to change. I need to not just hear it, but to act. Okay...I keep posting this...and laying down to rest/sleep and then another lesson I am learning about pops into my head and tells me...gotta get up and write that one. I know the last few weeks have been crazy in my journey. I have felt like a child learning, or a sponge, I am getting information so fast that I am not sure I'm able to process it all. But I know the Lord is. I'm on a bit of a whirlwind adventure right now, but that's okay. Before I start babbling too much I will end this up for now. I just needed to get those lessons out so I can remember and reflect on them.