“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.”  Proverbs 3:5-6

In the spring of 1996 my husband Tom was promoted.  The requirements were to move to Dallas, TX, and he would have to travel.  In August, we moved.  My excitement allowed me to forget reality.  I believed this was God’s move since everything fell into place. 

After settling down, I had time on my hands.  My husband was gone four days a week; I felt like a single mom.  I had lonely days, no friends, no Bible study, no fellowship.  My entire family hated the move.  I went down on my knees everyday crying out to God.  I had a difficult time accepting His will in my life.  But He taught me to depend on Him

One day in my prayer time I heard God speaking to me, “When you become obedient to my will and learn to bloom where you are planted, that’s going to be the day when you will be open to receive all my blessings I have for you and to see the purpose of my will in your life.”

In response, I repented and became happy with my life in Dallas.  Tom and my sons were happier.  Two years later God opened the doors and we were transferred back to San Diego.

Oona N.

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