I had needed God so many times over the course of that month, but somehow, I had felt far from Him. I had discovered secrets that shattered the ground I walked on and faced the crumbling of our perfect family picture. I suddenly had a sister. My new sister. I couldn’t even face Thembakazi. There was just so much I was still grappling with, but I was writing to her in an unused journal. Everything I was writing I knew to be the truth, but it was just so hard for me to believe or embrace any of it, as my own life’s twists and turns hurled me out of my lane into a murky path. I had felt like all that was happening in my life was too messy and too dirty to take to God.
“Zanodumo Mkhize!” The nurse’s shrill disturbed my thoughts.
My head bolted up, shocked back to the severity of the moment. I did a quick scan of the waiting room before getting to my feet. Surveying each body on the sofas, I could read the faces and almost certainly establish what each woman was there for. A young couple looking torn, the woman’s eyes red and teary; two ladies that looked like they were in their thirties, wearing wedding bands and chatting away; a young woman looking uncertain and nervous. I recognized the turmoil circling her eyes, it was the same turbulence that was rocking my once simple world.
About The Author
Nobuntu Webster is a businesswoman, author, television and radio host and speaker who has addressed organisations, entrepreneurs and Christian audiences for over ten years on diverse podiums around the country.
Nobuntu has built and lead various businesses as well as developmental and faith-based organizations. Her work has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards.
Nobuntu describes herself as a Kingdom Woman on Kingdom Assignment, naming God-given purpose and calling as her primary pursuit in life.
“Perfect Mess Perfect Grace” is her first book.