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Smile and be happy because
Jesus really does love you.
Do you know that happiness is a choice?

Yep, it's true.

I've had things I've done that brought hurt and pain to my life and I've had others who did things that brought hurt and pain to my life. That hurt and pain lives with me daily, but I will not let it defeat me. I'm going to keep on blogging, keep on publishing eBooks, keep speaking, and keep going forward to do the things the Lord would have me to do to help others.

My life mission has changed as of late and although some things are more difficult, I accept my life. It's a life in which I have to become less and the Lord becomes more. That's just the way it is for anyone the Lord God is going to use. "Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" (Isaiah 6:8). 

Unlike Isaiah, I didn't quite asked to be sent (used), but to be useful to myself and others I have chosen to accept the call on my life. I made a choice to push through, I made a choice to be healthy, and I made a choice to be happy. 

That's the only way I will be able to prove to people that God is not a man that He shall lie. His word always comes back full not void. That people who have faith in Him will come out on top. And that He is a rewarder of the people who diligently seek Him. All of this means I will be able to do all He said I would do to help people through their life journey. That's right, nothing that has happened was by accident, God knew it before, He's aware of how everything is progressing, and He's directing the final outcome.

All is and will be well. 

So, yes we all have something to be happy about. The Lord requires nothing less. He wants you to be happy.

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