Wednesday, July 18, 2012

It is crazy how God works.

Well, it has been a good week or so from the horrible incident that was the Gun Ghoul kickstarter campaign. To say that I did not come away from it with a little bit of a bitter taste in my mouth would be an understatement. Tonight, God reminded me why I am on this Earth. It isn't comics or any other media but to witness and be there for others. I lost sight of that and got wrapped up in the idea of "success". The truth is that real success is leading others to Christ's gift and God's love. It isn't saling a comic book or making another dime. I always seem to forget this and get wrapped up in what the world is chasing for one reason or another but the main reason is that I am weak. I can blame this reason or that reason but the fact is that as strong as I think I am with my relationship with God; well I aint. I don't know that I ever will be. Maybe God will have to break me down over and over again until I finally dead and gone. I hope not. It would be nice to be smart enough to learn from your mistakes but that usually isn't the trend with me. I am a stubborn child. At least I know though that I have a caring Heavenly Father that loves me enough to discipline me when I need it and forgive me when I ask. Now saying all that I have decided that this blog will be the main source of my inter net updates and such. I am not going to do the facebook thing much because it is just to much negative on there and it tends to suck me into arguements that just have no value. This blog will allow me to process my thoughts, feelings, and beliefs freely without too many conflicts. I just don't want them or need them in my life right now. So, I am going to try and update this at least once or twice a week. Thanks for reading and putting up with my rambling. Be blessed and remember God loves you and He cares for you.

2 comments:

Dwight Williamson II said...

I really appreciate your transparency, and your candor. I feel like God must have led me to your blog today to show me (and maybe you too) that we are not alone. Thank you for enduring. It helps me know that I can as well. I love your work, keep it up!

Will Caligan said...

Thanks. Glad you got something out of it.