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Be The Blessing: We will not all live "charmed" lives

Be The Blessing: We will not all live "charmed" lives

By Tina Chandler

We will not all live "charmed" lives. Not everyone will experience the love of a spouse. Some will never be able to care for themselves physically. Not many will have countless riches.

But we are all blessed for a purpose. Have you found yours yet? Has it changed from earlier in your life? Maybe you are just starting out in a life of your own. Seeking direction? Clarity? Don’t worry. You are definitely not alone! We all seek guidance. We all doubt our path in life. At one point or another, I’d bet that every one of us shifts gears and heads down a new road. Before you take that first step, breathe in the possibilities. What feels right? Does it line up with your goals? If not, then maybe it’s time to take a step back and think again. The "right" thing will always be right. That doesn’t mean that everything that happens on your way will be good. Sometimes, we endure hardship on the way to perfection!

Seek God's purpose in your life and thank Him for His providence!



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