Power in weakness

Tomorrow is the 4th day and the 1st Sunday of the month of December, my NMAT: National Medical Admission Test day at UST.

Various feelings arise from within me, as time walks by.  Two days ago, I was gloomy. I felt not so capable of having the grade that I desire. Since, my post simulation exam from the review center was very distant from the percentile that I would like to be included. I was reflecting and having my introspection last two nights ago, my tears fell on my cheeks.

Last night, I was thinking of what could happen to me on the exam day.

Until a certain person sent me a message of blessing and tips for my exam. I was so glad for the reason that I did not expect it. It’s a miracle for me. haha.  God is so good to me.

I honestly admit that my knowledge is not that superb. I am honestly weak as a human being. Early this morning before I slept,  I’ve had my quiet time.  I sought for God’s word for me.  “But he said to me, ‘ My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness..” (2 Corinthians 12:9). As I’ve read that, I can’t help but cry. God is telling me to trust in Him, to depend on Him. Because He is mighty and powerful.

Tomorrow is the big day, and I am hoping that I would take this test for the first  and the last time in my entire life.

This test will determine whether I can go to my dream school which is UPCM. I would like to study there for the following advantages: the tuition there is the cheapest; the experience that I can acquire there, I believe is the best since their main hospital is Philippine General Hospital; my father in Bicol inspired me to study there; and… 🙂

I believe God knows my heart and the reasons behind why I would like to pursue Medicine. (I’ll have a different blog on this topic ^^)

Moreover, I’m holding on to God’s promises for me. God is with me, my LORD who has the knowledge and the wisdom greater than all the knowledge of the geniuses, scholars and scientists and mathematicians who have ever existed in the entire universe combined. So I don’t have to worry about anything.

I believe that God’s plan for me is the best. I believe that God will send me to the Med. school where He wants me to be, whether it’s in UPCM or UERM. Lord, I humbly accept.

Most importantly, God holds my future; and by knowing that, I know I’m assured.

GOD’s will be done in my life.

♥ “Daddy God, please let me become a doctor for you”

→ Love, your pretty little daughter, Jaea ♥