My skills for writing are limited compared to my passion for God and my desire to be heard. Unfortunately, I have references to prove it. When I am asked to speak or write, my heart beats with excitement, and my thoughts scatter like fireworks. Can anyone relate to me? My enthusiasm to communicate the wonders of God overpowers my ability to organize or plan my thoughts.
After hearing me speak at an event a trained speaker and author kindly referred me to CLASSEMINARS. With hope and encouragement in my heart, I signed up. From the tenth floor of the Albuquerque hotel I headed down to the conference room for training. The elevator door opened, and I stepped out. Confused I looked around to discover I had gotten off too soon. After I checked to make sure no one saw me, I made a U turn. Before class started, I thought, not every open door is God’s plan for me. To be an excellent communicator, I must be sensitive to the Holy Spirit who leads me to outstanding writing instructors. I am learning how to fix my mistakes, stay on task, and be vulnerable.
As I neared the huge conference room, I imagined Jesus standing at the door with a large smile on his face. He knew my writing had been no different than my elevator rides. I entered every opportunity I was offered. If Jesus was not leading, I hoped he would follow me in case I needed to be rescued.
In case you are circling like me, Jesus may turn you around and direct you towards Albuquerque. If so, sign up for training from CLASS.