LIVING WITH ADVERSITY!

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  1. “When Christ finds something in us that isn’t bearing fruit, He will take it away.” I have lived this truth! At the time, it was extremely painful to go through this process. When I look at my life now, and see all the growth that has taken place in me, and consider all the doors that are opening for me, I am thankful for the “pruning” I received. There are still reminders that I am not perfect, but I think am getting a lot closer now to what He wants me to be. Keep up the great work with your blog, I love the insights and encouragement you are putting out there.

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