Sometimes God will allow you to go through what seems to be the impossible so that you can achieve the impossible. At times, you’ll experience setbacks that may seem to get the best of you. But the whole time, these set backs were meant to strengthen you. They are there to give you backbone and courage for the next blessing in your life.
Things may happen during your day that won’t go your way. You may not get every single task done that you set out to do. Things may happen that are beyond your control. Unexpected distractions may happen to deter your focus.
And although you may be tempted to get frustrated, realize it just may be a blessing in disguise. The good news is, God sees the end from the beginning. He knew every setback you would face. He knew every unexpected distraction you would encounter, but know that He had a plan for you since the beginning.
The unexpected distractions of your day just may be divine-filled attractions. When things seem to get out of your control that maybe God’s way of taking control. When you let God take control, the blessings will flow. You’ll come into supernatural increase. Promotion. Victory will be waiting for you down the line!
Sometimes, things that seem to be a pest, turn out being God’s best. What’s God’s best? Strength. Courage. Patience. Peace. You’ll have a joy that you didn’t have before. When it’s all said and done, you’ll have a laugh that you didn’t have before.
God doesn’t bring you out worse than before, He always brings you out better than before. He’ll give you double for your trouble. Every circumstance you’ve faced; everything that has been taken away, God will reward you in greater extraordinary ways as you charge forth on your journey of life!
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