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Don't ever stop pushing for
what the Lord has for your life.
You got to keep going, keep smiling, keep laughing, and stay positive through the challenges, through the difficulty, through the pain, or whatever the issue is that confronts you.

I often think about my life and the lives of others who are hurting. It feels like the hurt will never go away. Life for some of us has changed so much that some of us don't think we will ever see daylight and sunshine again. I know, because that's what it feels like when the pain is so deep it seems that's all you ever think about or that it's all you feel or that hurt is the new reality. It's almost as though it's a constant that will never go away.

But the devil is a liar. That's exactly what he wants you and I to think. Thankfully the Lord God is much stronger and more powerful than the devil. It's true.

God is much stronger.

God is more powerful.

And He is full of love and light. He enables us to see, so the darkness that some people feel they're in can be overcome with the Lord, Christ, Jesus. Yes, He is available for anyone to come to Him, to call out to Him, and He will give you joy, peace, and happiness. He will show Himself to whomever walks towards Him. He will never deny anyone. His spirit is alive and lives forever.

His presence is here, yes, the glory of the Lord is here. He's in the atmosphere. And He has a plan for His people -- call on Him. Do you realize you can feel His spirit and His spirit will allow you to help others?

"The spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted" (Isaiah 61:1a). 

That's why I (we) must keep pushing.
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