It’s not a “good-bye” but a “see you soon”

Sorry this blog has been rather quiet lately. I’m sorry I haven’t followed the blogging schedule I set at the beginning, but I really have a good excuse (and no, it’s not the world cup lol)

Things have been crazy busy this week as we prepare to move back to Botswana (Southern Africa). We need to be out of this house by Friday next week and we’ll finally leave England on June the 26th. So as you can imagine my life has been very hectic lately preparing for the “big move” and looking after my 2 year-old preschooler (trying to make this transition as easy as possible for her).

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It’s been a little over a year since we arrived in England, and man…it’s amazing what a year can do!

I’ll always be grateful to the Lord for the great things He did in our lives. For the people He connected us with. For the revelation and better understanding that I received from Him.

I’m leaving England, renewed, refreshed…or if I could resume my whole experience here in one sentence I would say “I experienced personal revival”, You see, it was here where I came to realize who Jesus is. What Grace and the Gospel are (Which at the end they take me back to Jesus)…yes, It’s all about Jesus…and for that, my life will never be the same again. I’ve been set free…I feel I can breathe…I simply see life differently, totally in a different perspective. The liberating Truth of Jesus has given me freedom which is absolutely the best thing I have ever experienced. He simply gives us new labels, new life and I would say new specs through which we see life.

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The more I seek Him, The more I find Him, The more I find Him, The more I love him. (Song by Kari Jobe)

I’m really looking forward to sharing with you where God is taking me and what He’s doing with my life. The life lessons He’s giving me and the amazing experiences I’m having in Him.

I’m not sure how long would it take to get internet connection in my new home. It could be a couple of months. In the meantime I’ll keep on writing and once I get the connection I’ll upload my updates (with pictures!), so this is not a “good-bye” but a “see you soon”.

I’ll miss you dear friends, You’re truly loved.

Blessings in Him,

Angie

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4 responses to “It’s not a “good-bye” but a “see you soon”

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  2. I will be keeping you in prayer, Sweet Friend. I cannot wait to hear about your travels. Blessings to you now and always….Much Love, Skye

  3. All the best with the move. It’s awesome going back to Africa, with new labels. What a blessing this study has been. I am South African and miss Africa…Botswana is a beautiful peaceful country where game roams freely. I had a wonderful holiday there with my hubby before we made our way to a Germany. Best of luck and you will be in my prayers my sweet sister in The Lord. look forward to heating from you when you settle in.

  4. All the best Angie! I hope you have a rewarding time in Botswana. I met a young lady from Botswana while studying at university. Ahe was awesome. I’m sure you’ll meet many wonderful people and grow closer to God as you let him lead you. Looking forward to hearing more about this new chapter in your life.

    By the way, I finally added my blog to your blog list on http://www.womanhoodwithpurpose.com. Thanks again for telling me about your blog list. Also thanks for sharing that wonderful song in this post 🙂

    Get net soon. All the best. Love from Jamaica 🙂

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