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I wasnt raised as a homeschooler but was blessed with the opportunity to have my mother provide my high school education I was always raised in a Christian environment I had always known God was there that He was the Way the Truth and the Light I said my prayers I sang the Bible songs and I knew Jesus loved me But it was like living my life with a blindfold on believing yet not really seeing The moment my eyes were truly opened I was able to see the world in brighter colors giving everything more definition I craved to know more But as much as I was trying I dont think my young faith would have sustained the way it has if I wasnt homeschooled I wasnt very strong yet My foundation was weak and easily swayed Being away from all the worldly temptations has helped me sink my roots into dig deep and hold on tight To quote Jeremiah 178 he said They will be like a tree planted by thewaterthat sends out itsrootsby the stream It does not fear when heat comes its leaves are always green It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit Ive learned to love the Lord in a way I hadnt been able to before I have time to volunteer at church to study more about the ministries Im curious about to make better decisions to hold onto my values and to answer questions I didnt used to know the answer to Since beginning homeschooling Ive grown closer to my family weve been able to spend more quality time together Weve been able to grow together instead of on our own Ive been taught material that was never even discussed in public schools My education goes beyond the worlds typical view of learning Ive been given the opportunity to study things I have a real interest in
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