God is so good. God is moving. God is real. God is amazing. God is alive. I could go on and on, but the best way to describe Him? INDESCRIBABLE.
Ignoring the fact that I have issues expressing myself with my words, I cannot accurately portray my excitement for what He is going to do on campus. I’ve been on campus for only a week. However, I can just sense Him moving. We (small group leaders) made a big, in my opinion, announcement today about how we are now going to have a sophomore class family group and a junior/senior class family group. What I sensed to be a hushed excitement in the room is exactly what I felt about this. It’s exciting! I can’t wait. New leadership on the team, new structure, and a new passion for Him. It’s a risk, but I think God will work no matter what. TCF is such a huge blessing in my life, and I know that it can grow so much more. I just want to join in on what God’s already doing as I try my best to be His humble servant. Surrendering it all is a challenge, but it’s what I strive to do. He’s worth it.
“Tear Down the Walls” has been sitting in my Itunes for quite a while now, and recently it came up on shuffle. I’ve been listening to it non-stop ever since, but I couldn’t figure out why until I listened with my heart. It’s my vision for Tufts and for my life. As I’ve tried to share in the countless, blessed conversations I’ve had so far about how God has transformed me, this song powerfully sums up how I’m feeling. He’s placed certain people in my life for a very specific purpose, and I can’t wait to see how He works in those relationships. Praise Him ahead of time for moving in my life and on campus this semester! God is bigger.
“Cause I can’t shake this fire burning deep inside my heart
This life is Yours and hope is rising
As Your glory floods our hearts
Let love tear down these walls
That all creation would
Come back to You
It’s all for You
Your Name is glorious
Your love is changing us
To worship in spirit and in truth
As all creation returns to You
Oh for all the sons and daughters
Who are walking in the darkness
You are calling us to lead them back to You
We will see Your spirit rising
As the lost come out of hiding
Every heart will see this hope we have in You“