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  • Writer's pictureKerri Wilson


Kerri S Wilson

I admit to making a lot of mistakes, but I’m not wicked. 

I have no desire to harm others. I want to be successful with whatever I do, but not for selfish gain so that I can glory in personal accomplishment. It’s just right to do things right and well, so that is what I try to do. My desire is to please God and to walk in integrity. I listen for direction and follow the way He puts in front of me. I try to keep myself submitted to His purpose and my spirit calm in faith, but my need for His help is glaring, especially now when in the midst of adversity. It is difficult to stand tall and my soul is bowed down from the weight of trouble. I wonder: How long? Who is to say but God? He knows and sees the way I take. He is aware of what lies ahead. He can make the way smooth and broad and easy or rocky and narrow and difficult. He knows what is best for me. Trust in Him and in who He is has become my most vital lifeline.

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