Things have changed.
Proverbs 4:23 says, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.”
The time has come for Sarah and I to end the type of relationship we have. She doesn’t know how she feels about me. I need to let her go. I am a burden to her, not a refuge.
My world is getting ready to change. I need to guard my heart so it will be prepared and ready for Regent University. I also think I will have a more lasting impact on Sarah if I let her go.
I love her.
And when you love someone, you know the truest part of love is when you let them go. And when you love someone, you can easily see when the time has come to let them go.
I believe it is now that time.
It is not a sad time. It is simply a time.
Exactly when this will happen…I’m not sure. I have a long rehearsal this afternoon and I’m going to a Third Day concert tonight. My brother is also here visiting.
Sarah’s show and my show both open tomorrow. She is in a one-act and I’m directing one.
I have a little over two months left. I see Sarah and I in a lasting friendship. She is one of the best things that has happened to me here at Lees-McRae. God has used her to teach me so much.
I went to see Titanic again last night with Mason, Ann-Marie, Jessi, and a guy named Teddy.
I always thought I would be the one bringing Sarah. But I was wrong.
My Sarah has brought me.
And that is all I need to know.