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Frustrations Don't Last Forever

Problems are here today
and gone tomorrow.
Sometimes what's going on in the world gets to me.

I often think about what it all means. What it means for me, for my family, my friends, for all of us.

If we're not careful, things can really get us down. But instead of focusing on the doom and gloom I automatically focus my mind on the positive. I focus on the power and the powerful. I focus on God and His holy word, like the scripture that says, "let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." That means, God is in it for the long haul and He will never leave us or forsake us. Whatever it is He put us on this earth to complete is what will be done on earth as it is in heaven. That gives me peace in the midst of it all. That energizes me that the pain I sometimes feel is temporary and nothing to be bothered by; that the struggle may be real, but it's not my reality; and that the mountain may be high, but it ain't high enough to make me stop anything. 

It doesn't matter how bleak things get in the world, I will never give up. I believe God is not done with us yet and as long as I believe that, I know there are many more people to reach in His name.

That thinking takes me to a peaceful place that all will be alright in the world. Then I am pleasantly reminded that frustrations truly don't last forever.


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Reference:
Galatians 6:9

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  1. All your post are speaking to me. People can really draw strength because your writing has a strong voice. Thanks for sharing.

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