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Laugh and Be Happy


We have to do what we can do in order to go on everyday. 

We have to think positive thoughts even if we have to force ourselves to. We must not carry the weight of the world on our shoulders. Don't take on the burdens of what God handles on our behalf. This is a challenging time right now, but we have to push ourselves to be encouraged even when it seems things are getting worse, not better. 

We have to be of much faith. This is not the time to give up our faith. This is the time to fight for it.

Where does your inner strength lie? Who does it lie with? If it's with Jesus Christ, you can draw from Him at anytime and He will give you peace amidst the storms. He will wipe your tears of pain and anguish. He will make your crooked places straight. I'm telling you what I know. You mustn't give up and think God is unaware of what is going on in the city and in the field. He is working behind the scenes to make it make sense to us. How much of it will make sense, I have no idea. Only God knows that. Yet I do have faith that things will get better, because they're so bad now. Sunshine comes after the rain.

I just want to write these words to tell you to go on, smile, laugh, and enjoy the life the Lord has given you. Don't wallow in the despairs of the world. The Lord wants us to rely on Him and to lean on Him. He is a solid, firm, joyous, and peaceful foundation. That means we must see great things even if they're not right in front of us right now. "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen" Hebrews 11:1).

In God we trust. Those words mean more than ever right now. 
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