Disappointments


Things don’t always work out as we’d hoped and prayed they would, and our disappointment can turn into anger and rebuke if we let it. We have to remember that God is still in charge and that He has everything calculated to the very detail, working all things out for our good and within His big picture. We might not understand it now, but as Apostle Paul told us, we’ll see clearly one day. So let’s not get angry and complain about what we don’t have; let’s praise God and rejoice for what we do have—and that is Jesus, our Lord and Savior! Jesus took away our sins and is here with us, AND He’s coming soon to take us Home!

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Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! … ronnie

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