Trust.

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Admitting deficiency isn’t an easy thing to do.  Admitting you’re lacking isn’t an easy thing to do.  Admitting you’re not quite where you want to be isn’t an easy thing to do.  I’m admitting today, that I am deficient, I am lacking and I am not quite where I wan’t to be.  There.  I said it.  Did the earth shatter?  Did the skies fall in around me?  No.  So the truth is, my life is not in my hands but in His hands and so I have to TRUST.

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12 thoughts on “Trust.

  1. I am by habit and perhaps misfortune a fiercely independent person. Asking for help or admitting I need help hasn’t always been my strong suit, but the past couple of years has soften me and allowed me to breathe a little easier asking admitting out loud that on some days I am not ok, or sad or that I need help. I may not love the way God got me to this place (lots of pain, heartache and such) but I know it’s all working together for my good.

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