A New Woman In Christ

I thank God that I have become a new woman in Christ Jesus. In my past, I had issues with my anger and frustrations and holding on to them and not expressing these emotions until I would explode into severe outbursts of emotion, sometimes hurting others and ruining relationships. Through the love of Jesus Christ and forgiveness from those past sins, I have found grace and learned to let go and give those emotions to God to deal with. Past events in my life had left me angry and hurt. Frustrations from my cerebral palsy and speech disorder and feeling so misunderstood turned to anger as well. I was not capable of dealing with these emotions until I gave my life to God. I’m still working towards letting past anger and hurt go, but through the grace of God I know He will lead me through that process and I am blessed to be a new woman in Christ Jesus. If I ever upset you with my actions I ask your forgiveness as God has forgiven me and I am no longer that person anymore. I truly apologize from the bottom of my heart for any past actions that have harmed others. We can’t change our past only try to do better moving forward and that’s what I am working on now. 

Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come. ~2 Corinthians 5:17

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Hi, I’m Amanda, Being an active member of the Virginia Board of People with Disabilities and advocating for disability issues is one of my greatest passions, along with public speaking. Developing a bridge that allows people with disabilities to feel welcomed in churches is another. I use my Lingraphia to communicate and walk with a walker. I currently reside in Williamsburg, Virginia, with my family. My favorite activities include attending church, reading, and walking! Read more

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