First of all, I received a wonderful comment on my last post. If you are reading this, I just want you to know that you really encouraged me. Thank you so much and God bless you!
I don’t really know why I haven’t been writing lately. I have been thinking about it so many times but I have never taken the time to make everything into a post.
However, I’m here now. I’ve been at a christian conference for a couple of days. It’s called Nyhem and it’s every year and it lasts for a week. I was there for what I think was the third time.
It amazes me every time how many non-christians are there. I mean, it’s a christian camping and all of the meetings are christian. You can’t escape it somehow. Don’t get me wrong, it’s an amazing thing and it’s so incredible to see all these people giving their life to the Lord. I really love this conference since it awakes the hunger within you for God.
I told some people about my problem that I wrote about in “The Confession”. If you haven’t read it, it’s basically about me thinking God doesn’t care about me. I know, in my head and in my heart, that it’s not true though.
However, how I cried! I’ve realized crying is a good thing. Instead of keeping all the feelings inside of you, you can get I out.
I’m really glad I told Pumba, a sort of teen-pastor-kinda-guy, about it. Now he can follow my journey and he told me that I can call him if I ever want to talk about it. Lots of love to him!
Let me tell you about Pumba so you don’t think I’m messing with you. The name constantly confuses people.
When Daniel, aka Pumba, was in high school, the Lion King movie came out. He really loved the “Hakuna Matata” phrase said it in school just for fun. Apparently, someone said “Shut up, Pumba!” to him, and that became later his official nickname. These days he introduces himself as Pumba and a small amount of people actually knows his real name.
I have no idea what the point of this post is, but I was encouraged when I was at the conference. I’m alive and running. At least that’s how I feel right now. And I know things will get better, I just gotta trust in the Lord. He knows better than I.