I believe when you ask God for a sign and are genuinely seeking His will for your life, He will reveal one.
We have to be attentive, though. Signs don’t always present as we expect but then again, we should expect the unexpected.
A sense of awe, of wonder, of anticipation should carry us, guide us.
Simple moments should capture our attention.
For me…the grateful hug of a newly widowed man expressing appreciation for the care his wife received, moments of a person confiding their fears and sadness because you listen, watching a bedridden resident mouth the words to a Christmas song with her eyes closed, and the thoughtful Christmas gift from my staff signed from “your lovely team.” A supportive husband and family, a leader trying to help me learn better boundaries.
Signs, some subtle, some screaming.
God’s calling on our lives…those things that bring us alive and center us on a purpose greater than ourselves.
It’s easy for me to question my calling when I feel like I made a mistake or things fall apart or someone is upset. I know I too easily become unraveled during these moments.
Yet, in those other moments of everyday wonder, I am reminded He is working, using every detail of my life to shape and mold my unique story.
And for that, I am grateful.