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  • Kerri S. Wilson

Work Zone

She's kind and compassionate, full of life and love, opened to and embracing of others, good and gracious and giving, merciful and long suffering... She sounds wonderful!

Though I wish she were me, she's not. But she's who I want to be. The truth is, on my own I am the opposite of this woman. Without the Spirit of God at work in my life I am desperately wicked—I am full of hatred, strife, anger, fear, lust...

I'm on a growth journey with the Lord, and, thankfully, He is ever patient with me. Though I'm not there, yet, He is teaching me to be who He created me to be. I'm a work zone, but I hope His light shines through His work in me.

He's nowhere near finished with me, but I am dependent on His grace. And I am confident He will complete the work He has begun in me. (See Philippians 1:6.)

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