While watching her, I saw a child who knows exactly what she wants. I saw a child who met no strangers and one who had the boldness of David. I saw a fearless, fanatic who could say whatever was on her mind. I saw myself before life's failures and longed to get back to the place where I could walk in complete boldness irregardless to fear.
So as I drove home from my trip, I gaze out of the window at trees that seemed to have had a haircut. I saw green grass and leaves that seemed to be fighting between being orange or green. And get this, I saw the same senery in Texas as well as in Louisiana. God reminded me, "If I can do for the trees in Louisiana, the same as I did for the trees in Texas, surely I can do the same things for you that I've done for someone else." I could feel the passion recapture my heart for some things I'd thought were gone. I could feel my thinking cap turn from fear of failure, to determined to do. What's even better is I realized at that moment that I had purpose. Purpose that's even greater than I can imagine. Purpose to be someone who will be known for doing whatever I thought God put in heart to do and I owe this revelation all to a little girl who God put in my path to show me that in Him, adversity is but advantage!