So I have been praying for a long time for a new job. I have been at my job for 5 years now working in a restaurant. It makes me absolutely miserable, even though I am so thankful for it. I have 2 college degrees and have not been able to find work, I don't even get call backs and haven't had a job interview in over a year. Well, a friend of mine who lives in another state informed me that her job was hiring. I applied and got the job!! It has benefits, a decent salary and 401k after a year.
Problem is I live in Florida with my husband and the job is in Atlanta, Ga. We are currently renting our house from my inlaws at a very good price. We can't sell the house quickly enough for this new job and want to just pay on it while we live in Ga for my job (we don't want to leave them with the mortgage payment and plan on moving back in a couple years). Unfortunatly from unemployment and other reasons in the past we both have terrible credit. I do not think either of us can even get approved for an apartment and don't have much time to look around or the money to spend on all the application fees. I
feel I need to take this job if I ever want to start a career and finally get out of the restaurant business, but there are so many reasons not to take the job as well.
My question is: Would God have answered my prayer for a new job and it end up being out of state with so many burdens of moving? I could come up with 10 good reasons easily not to move (most of them pertaining to money).
I have put it all in God's hands to sort out, but its so hard not to worry about. This is a big deal and don't know if this is the answer to my prayers and everything will fall into place..or if all the reasons not to move are a sign. We discussed moving for the job before I even applied and were so excited when we got the call we had been waiting for. But now reality set in and I don't want to string the company along if we can't really move. I'm so lost. I keep praying for the answers, but find myself back at square one.
Thanks for any replies and sorry this is so long.