I can’t even begin to explain how excited I am right now. Around 9 o’clock this morning I was called with the job offer as a health concierge for Aetna. Words can’t express the emotions I am feeling. Thankful is an understatement for this. Life-changing, however, fits nicely.
The pay they offered me is more than enough to get my life back on track, my license back, and take care of my son. Three HUGE blessings right there. I have so many thoughts that I can’t seem to decide which one to jot down first. What I find interesting is that my Grandma Carol sent my Dad home with this.
I mean… If that’s not a sign, I don’t know what is. She received it in the mail and said she would never use it, gave it to Dad, and he said, “Well, it makes sense for you to have this now!” No further from the truth. Patrick is honestly the one who referred me to this position and I just followed through. We make a great team. I am blessed he even mentioned this to me. This all happened within a week, that’s not usually the case is what he told me. I was a quick hire and everyone I have spoken with has been so friendly and understanding. I think this is a great company God has graced my life with and I feel I will do extremely well in this position.
I’m in a state of shock right now. It’s almost like a complete calm came over me and I don’t want any explanation as to why the way my life has grown in such a positive and spiritual manner. I’ve humbled myself quite a bit and have to tried so hard to be the kind of daughter our Father wants me to be. I’ve become strict with how I respond to things and the actions I’ve been taking. As the Book of James states, “quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger.” I’ve been putting this into practice for a little while now. I want to make Him proud and be the best I can be for the glory of God.
One thing I believe to be true is that working from home, there is WAY less temptation than being in an office. I feel like I need to keep to myself and continue to walk this faith-journey and become even closer to God. The relationship I have with Him is absolutely amazing and I only want it to become more bonded, stronger.
Lord, thank you for all you’ve done in my life thus far. It is beyond anything I could’ve imagined and it makes me feel like I’m finally doing the right things in life. I want to honor you all the days of my life. Continue to search my heart, break me of temptations, and send me where your will needs me. Amen.
November 12th, 2020 Gratitude Scripture:
“Worthy are you, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they existed and were created.” -Reveltation 4:11