When Who You Think You Are Isn’t Good Enough Anymore

I recently ordered my college transcript to double-check something I listed on a resume. The classes and their corresponding grades read like a scrapbook to me. I saw the adequate, but somewhat lower grades for the semester I started dating the man who would become my husband. I recalled the semester where I had tested into the wrong math class, but ended up getting a much-celebrated “B” grade with a lot of tutoring. But, the one semester I remembered most, was when God stepped in to reveal that no, I can’t do it on my own.
Finish reading this piece by visiting “The Choose to Trust Club” page on Kaitlyn Clare Mason’s site. Click on the August 2020 issue to find this article and the related journaling prompts. 

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