Two areas of my life that I’ve always held
on near and dear to were my relationship with God and my sister.
Never in million years did I ever think simultaneously, I would would be sharing these things with the world.
I wrote this book a few months after Georgia died, for a school assignment.
“My biggest wish is to see the lord and my sister too.”
A few years ago, I was clueless about this journey I’m currently on.
I didn’t know what fighting for justice looked like.
What did fighting for to solve an unsolved case mean?
And why would I stop “trusting the process” now?
I know God strategically placed my current pursuit for justice into my lap, thus leaving me with no choice but to fight. Not how I'd been fighting but differently...now I had to fight for justice in front of the world.
I’ve been a Christian long enough to know God knows the true desires of my heart.
Even if I don’t ask, He knows.
I didn’t know how to ask God to solve Georgia’s case and I had no idea it would require the highest level of faith from me.
Georgia’s case is compounded in such a way, I know it’s going to take a miracle.
If I laid out each and every piece of me getting to this exact moment in time-you’d be amazed at the many miracles God has performed in such a short amount of time.
The reasons miracles exist is to give God the glory.
I can’t answer all of those hard questions as it relates to my life and this world, but I do know God has moved mountains time and time again for me.
No matter how bad things have been, God is turning it around.
I don’t know why it’s happening now and I don’t know how it will unfold, but what I do know is that it is all coming together.
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28.
I can’t bring Georgia back. I can’t eradicate all of the evilness in the world. What I can do, is focus on God and watch Him do something exceedingly, abundantly, and above anything I could have ever imagined.
Hebrews 11:1 - Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
My miracle is coming.
Justice for Georgia is on the way.