Growing up, I lived in a house with my mom and an abusive stepdad (my biological dad got divorced with my mom I guess when I was born) people tell me (I was young so I don't remember the abusing but I have other siblings) because I didn't really remember anything. Me, born in 2001, being handicapped and having Cerebral Palsy was a bug struggle in my life. My siblings and I then moved in with my Aunt and Uncle (thought we were visiting, but then became our adopted parents) which was a good thing since they were devout Christians. I struggled with being bullied because of my handicapped, so I usually shut down and feel depressed. I got saved in 3rd Grade because I saw everyone else do it and thought that I would just join in with the crowd, and I did. But through the years, my faith has grown a lot since then. I got homeschooled by my adopted parents when I got to 6th grade and it has been good, since we were learning a lot. But that was the time when my faith wasn't really strong.
I did some stupid things that I regret heavily that I could take back, but now I just use it as an example of how I've become stronger in Christ and with my family. I usually thought I was useless and why God wanted to make me like this and some other things, but now I know that all of this was his purpose for me and who knows, I'm only handicapped on my left side, I should be thankful that he didn't do it to my whole body. I've seen people in worse situations then me, so I'm thankful where I am today. I even don't get in trouble with my Aunt and Uncle anymore, pretty much regular things like forgetting to start the dishwasher before bed or take out the trash sometimes, Haha! But yea, now I'm 14 and already studying on my future to go to Liberty University and be a writer. Thanks God and people who have helped me through my struggles! Also, Bible Wiki Administrators for making this Wiki a great place to contribute! Wikia has also helped me through there endless love and support (well, on some Wiki's)! ;)
- There was other things that I didn't include but you get the point, right?