We all have a story - one of how God has orchestrated your life and brought you through trying times. Each story is unique - yet when shared, the similarities of the struggle and the triumph restore hope, increase faith and foster a closer relationship with God in each one of us. Many times it was hearing someone else's story that helped me to get past some of my own stumbling blocks.
So, what is your story?
The beauty is no one person's story is better than the other. Each and every one of us is uniquely created by and dearly loved by God. There are some things that God has allowed you to experience that He kept your sister or brother from going through. There are some situations where your prayers were answered the way you asked - and some prayers were answered in ways that you didn't want. But ultimately, God is working all things together for the good for those who love Him.
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Can I tell you a quick story? The other day I was driving with my daughter, and as she was about to make a left-hand turn – she had the green arrow. I saw this car approaching the intersection at about 50 MPH…with no intention of breaking. I could see a vision of the horrific […]