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Posted: Nov 11 2009, 07:20 AM
Member No.: 4
Joined: 5-July 08
Have you ever wondered why our burdens seem endless.
that we repeatedly go through the same trial,
making the same mistakes.
this is the last time I go through this we say,
I truly have mastered this area of my life.
and the next thing you know
here it goes again the same Pain.
now by this time we are saying has God abandoned me or
is He that displeased with me so greatly
that He would allow this suffering to persist.
will I ever learn the lesson God desires to teach me.
God allows the trials in our life because
He desires to give us freedom through them and
show us His Love.
remember what (ROMANS 5: 3-5)
TEACHERS, We exult in our tribulations,
knowing that tribulation brings about perseverance; and perseverance, proven character; and
proven character, hope; and
hope does not disappoint, because
the love of God has been poured out within our hearts through the Holy Spirit.
So you see through our troubles,
God develops perseverance, character, hope and
the ability to accept His abundant love.
Know that He is drawing us close
through this repeated problem.
Do not despair.
Cling to Him and He will fill us with His Love. and
take heart my friends;
that our Lord Loves us,
He is with us,
and He will never forsake us.
We have always seen that those who were closest
to Christ our Lord were those with the greatest trials.