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So I’m sitting here in my bed right. It’s 11:30 and I have to be up at 6. I’m wide awake. My mind won’t shut off. Like there’s just so much going on. I’m just sitting here wondering what do I do? I’ll be honest I’ve really been digging NF’s music. Like his music and lyrics are increidble. I watched one of his videos and his he was talking about rapping. He was saying how it does help him through a lot of the issues he deals with. If you listen to his music, you can hear it. You can listen to his pain and his passion he puts behind his lyrics. He’s putting out real music, that he is using as a therapy. And part of the reason why I’m connecting with his music so much is that my blog is the same way for me as his music is for him. My blog has become where I pour out my passion. I voice the problems and issues I’m dealing with; things I wouldn’t usually say, and things that no one would know about. It’s become a therapy for me to be able to pour my heart out into my blog. Pour out my passion of words into something that solidifies them. It helps me declutter my head and heart and organize the pile a bit. So being able to connect with NF and his music on that level has been amazing. But the reason why I mentioned the interview was that he said something that hit home with me. Even though his music is a therapy for him, it doesn’t fix his problems. And I realized that’s true. Even though my blog is a therapy for me and a way I can pour out my passion into something, it’s not fixing my issues. It’s not healing what’s broken. It’s just providing me a way to release all the built-up emoitons, pain, and grief. That’s why I love this guy’s music so much. He’s being real. He realizes that music is a medicine for him, but God is the doctor. And only the doctor is going to fix him. Same for me. I may be struggling and dealing with a lot of stuff, but talking about it isn’t going to fix anything. Getting distracted or pouring my heart into something isn’t going to fix me. Only God can do that.

Today is Sunday, so I’m trying to talk about something spiritual like I said I would on my schedule page. But I’m gonna be real for a second and say what’s God dealing with me. I believe God’s put me in a season of change. He’s turned up the heat in my life and has started molding me like clay. You know before you can forge metal you have to heat it. Well, I feel like that’s what God’s doing to me right now. He’s getting me red hot to my melting point. He’s putting me in situations and pain that I’ve never had to deal with before, so He can change me into a person I’ve never been before. So I’m just trying to hold on for the ride, because as you know. Forging is not a quick process. It takes time, hard work, and a whole lot of heat. It’s not a job for the weak. So that’s something I’m dealing with. I’ve got a lot of things I’m dealing with at the moment. But I’m just trusting God’s got everything under control, and He won’t let me break. He is, after all, the Creator…

Thanks for reading everybody! I hope you are all having a beautiful Sunday. I want to give a special thank you to everyone who keeps leaving likes. It makes me smile every time I get a notification from one of you that you liked my post. It makes my day every time!! So if you want to make me smile leave a like! Also leave a comment of what you’re going through, or if you are also going through a season of being forged. I love to hear from ya’ll! Thanks again, everyone! Till next time. Peace and God Bless!!

~~~ INFJ Mickey

P.S. If you haven’t listened to any of NF’s music…ya’ll missing out…

2 comments on “Turning Up The Heat

  1. Elber Oum says:

    It’s totally true that we need to reach a certain point so the change can be counted as one and for us not to turn once again back, it’s for our better yet we at times feel disgusted at why exactly do we need to hit hit rock bottom …

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    1. INFJ Mickey says:

      Yep. Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom so you before you can climb higher than you were. It may suck, but it’s all part of God’s plan!

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