Yesterday, I had a very life changing experience with God. It was the God’s words that let me threw away all the negativity in my life. Yes, I had a relationship with God before, but I just felt that yesterday’s event made my relationship with Him tighter.
I had really embraced the words and I felt that it really suited my current situation. And just early morning, I made a promise to remove all that negativity in life. And one is to avoid cheating during examination (wait! please read it, before making presumptions)
Of course, I’m in any way and in any form against with cheating. It was on our midterm exam, when I asked my seat mates about the two questions that I really don’t know. Yes, they gave me the right answer. I know even that’s a little act, I know it’s still a form of cheating. Even in just a little way, I know cheating is still cheating in any way and in form.
So here’s the God’s challenge. Before heading to school, I created a list on the things that I won’t no longer do. (In our church, we have so called “90 days challenge”) And one of the things that I wrote is to avoid cheating. So during that time, I had a vibrant spirit, too happy that God was able to push me and help me.
And when I reached our school, I just found out that someone told my professor that our entire section except her/him – we really don’t know who he/she is – did cheat. Of course, our professor got frustrated and disappointed with us. He reprimanded and blunted us that of course as a college student we should be disciplined.
Our class resulted to turmoil after that subject, too eager to know who told our professor. Arguments arose between people and clashed of ideas whether cheating is a crime or not were brought up.
Yes, I cheated on that subject, no matter how little act that is. I’m still guilty. But whatever happens, I’ll still continue my goal on changing the negativity on my system. I’ll start what to begin. And through God, I can do it.
I know it’s a challenge from God. He wanted to see if I will stand on my belief. And in the end, I’ll stand to what I wanted to change.
God bless everyone!