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Moving Right Along

Life comes at us fast sometimes and when it does, we have to keep it moving. We can't get down and stay down. There's always scripture we can stand on and if you don't think words are powerful, perhaps the bible should take on a more meaningful purpose for you. It is the most powerful book in the world. It is the breathed words of the Lord God. I stand firm on it. It is the power I carry around with me. I may not know every single thing in it -- far from it -- does anybody? I think that's impossible. At any rate, what I'm trying to convey is that we must find the strength to move along when we have struggles and circumstances that come our way. Part of why we have to deal with our challenges is because they allow us to identify with the people who need us to help them. Our life experiences allow us to be able to connect with others. It's part of why our testimony has to be told aloud. It really helps people to hear it. 

The testimony I will share again is that I didn't step up for years, because I was afraid of success (sometimes failure, but mostly success). What do I mean? I was afraid that the more people knew about my life, the more I would be exposed. And that was hard for me, because I was always a private person, but I had to get over that in order to help others. This blog is one of the ways I put myself out there to let people know that they're not alone. It's not about us comfortable all the time, it's about doing the will of God.

Seeking the Lord and opening and applying His word will enable us to look towards heaven. That makes moving along easier (Matthew 6:25-34).
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