“My faith was real but it wasn’t perfect. Because of that, I had built too many walls around my heart and life to even consider the possibility of authentic friendships. Those kinds of friendships would require me to be open, vulnerable, and to be authentically myself. That would also mean that these other Christians who would be my friends, the ones who seemed to have it all together, might realize that I wasn’t very together at all.
I was pretty sure I didn’t need those kinds of friendships. I was much better at having acquaintances than having friends anyway.”
Click the link below to see what changed all of that for me! I had the privilege of posting this article over at iBelieve.com and I’d love for you to give it a read and see if you can relate.
Love and blessings,