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You make a difference

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"But those who seek the Lord shall not lack any good thing" (Psalm 34:10b). When you're strong in the Lord, do you know you can make a positive difference to someone? It's true. Even if you think that what you're doing isn't making that big of an impact, let me tell you that it is. We don't always know who we are really interacting with at any given moment. We don't always know who God puts in front of us or why sometimes. But the love you're spreading, the joy you're giving, and the kindness you're displaying, is playing into someone's life. Do you realize that? Do you realize that there are people who love to listen to you, they love being around you, they love your positivity, and they admire what you're putting out there? Yes, you. You're making an impact, you're making a dent, you're making a difference. 

Everyday we all have an opportunity to make a difference in someone's life. Everyday. We sometimes don't realize how one small action will change something for somebody, but I'm here to tell you that small things can make a big difference in a someone's life. And what you're giving out can mean the world to someone. It can make someone's day or it can even make someone's life. Yes. So, don't think that what you're doing isn't good enough. If you're giving your all, then it's good enough. You're making a difference, so keep up the great work you're doing for people. The Lord sees you and He's going to bless you for it. Believe that. Believe it. It's going to happen for you, because He wants to bless you to be a blessing to someone else, so keep doing what you're doing. You're making a difference. You really are. 
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