An Assembly Line by, Tabitha
Note: Welcome back to our newest series of posts, where once a week we hear from one of our friends in maximum security prison. They are part of the Lipscomb LIFE program, an educational program that enables women who are admitted to earn an associate of arts degree in seven years. Today, we’d like to share some of Tabitha’s story.
Here lately, God has been teaching me that others see what I do and act accordingly. So I try to always be nice, answer questions and not get frustrated with nonsense. People will do and say things to make you act out of character–especially when a lot of people look to you as a role model. They want others to see a negative side. I’m learning to take time out to share what God has done for me, to encourage others, let them see God is always with them and He has His own blessings for them. I love when God blesses me and allows me to be a blessing to others without me even having the thought of doing so. He allows it to happen. Life’s like a flowing stream. The blessing comes to me and passes on to someone else and so on. It’s like a big assembly line that starts with our God and never stops. Each and every day is a lesson and a blessing.
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