My post is saying exactly that.
When you become a Christian, there are so many things that come along with it--God's will, spiritual gifts, spending time in the Word, fellowship with other believers, and so much more.
For someone who didn't grow up around that stuff, it can be quite daunting to come into when you first decide that you want to follow Jesus. You would think that if you spent most of your life surrounded by this kind of language and around church that you would get it and have it all figured out by now.
Well, it turns out, that's not the case.
Even as someone who grew up in the church and now goes to a Christian university, I still don't have it all figured out. Not even close.
With so many things going on in my life and as I prepare for my junior year (and last full year) of college, it can get so easy to sit there and tell God you're scared or that you don't know what to do next.
We're all still humans trying to figure out life and what God desires for our own, but sometimes it's so hard when you're in a tough spot.