She is a woman walking by faith —
This means she doesn’t always have the full picture. Her map only shows the next step. So when she says “I don’t know” to the myriad of questions by well meaning observers, she probably really doesn’t know more than her next step. But she’s willing to go on this journey because she knows who’s leading.
She is a woman not moved or defined by the norm —
And it is for this very reason that she sometimes seems conflicted, like, “How can everybody else be wrong?” She knows the path she’s been called to. She’s willing to walk that path. But the outcome rarely ever fits the norm. At the end, it’s all worth it. But before then, sometimes she thinks she might be losing her mind.
The vision she has gained is not always easy to describe —
Like, you have to go on the journey with her to see it. But as not many would go with her, she carries this cross alone for a while. Eventually, people begin to see. But it’s usually the harvest they see. Rarely do they see all the sowing she did in the night with tears.
But she would do it all over again —
Because it’s the only way she knows how to live. She has seen other paths and heard other beats. But none call to her like this path she’s been called to walk and the sound of her own beat. She sees the end. She’s determined to reach purpose, and she would, God helping her. Plus, she has His word that the morning would come, and with it, joy.