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Let it Go

"The past is the past. That's why it's called that"(Dave Ramsey).

In other words, we gotta let it gooooo. Let go of the things that meant you no good. I know it's hard especially if those things gave some type of satisfaction. I get it, I really do. Yet we have to move on from those desires of yesteryear, because they weren't good for us then and they're no good for us now. Don't we all have that thing that was so difficult to walk away from, only to one day realize that God had so much better for us? 

I had something I once valued that I knew wasn't any good for me and now I'm starting to know why. I wasted lots of time crying over spilled milk only to find that God had a better purpose for my life. I finally had to get to the point where I said bye bye baggage. There's something bigger and better, baby. 

"Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful" (Hebrews 10:23). So whatever you had to walk away from or whatever it is you're walking away from now, know this: God has something awesome at the finish line and the race is just about over. You're going to get the t-shirt, the trophy, the story, the monetary reward, and even the ride in the parade. Oh yes, God is going to prove that your faithfulness meant something and was worth the sacrifice.  
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