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Rise above your situation by using the word

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Life rarely turns out the way you’ve planned. An unexpected diagnosis, a sudden job layoff, a surprise relationship breakup, an accident – all kinds of challenges can come into your life at any time and blow your best plans apart. https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/women/rise-above-unexpected-challenges-11597105.html
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When life gets challenging or unexpected events occur, I have learned that the best way to fight against life's curveballs is by relying on The Word. At the centre of it all is The Word. It's also very important to see the potential that exists in that situation, to try and make the best of the situation
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Do you find that meditating on The Word allows you to deal with situations better and how do you channel your mindset and thinking to be positive?
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Too many times we may find ourselves bringing God down to our level of thinking instead of raising ourselves up to His way of thinking and doing things.
When we’re dealing with difficult circumstances or when things aren’t going our way sometimes we ask “Why, God, Why?” As we give our circumstances to God, we should be asking what God is trying to show us instead
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Too many times we may find ourselves bringing God down to our level of thinking instead of raising ourselves up to His way of thinking and doing things.
When we’re dealing with difficult circumstances or when things aren’t going our way sometimes we ask “Why, God, Why?” As we give our circumstances to God, we should be asking what God is trying to show us instead
I agree, if we make the circumstances we’re dealing with bigger than our God then we’ve just made a HUGE spiritual mistake, plus, we’ve destined ourselves to live with our current mess until we decide to give it to Jesus.
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