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[md_text md_text_title1=”” md_text_title_separator=”no”]Thought of the day:

The fact that we encounter problems everywhere is known to almost everyone, but what we master less, is the art of going through the whole amalgam of trials, suffering or trouble with a smile on your face and joy in your heart.

I know, it sounds absurd and maybe too idealistic, but looking carefully at the teachings of the Bible we notice an aspect of a special nobility; Namely, that God will take care of us even as we pass through the valley of the shadow of death, and in His Fatherly Goodness dedicated and full of passion for His children, He will finally bring us to the harbor.

Why, however, do we always come face to face with the problems of life, if the Godhead is so full of love for the man he emanated from himself? Well, the answer lies in each of us and in the mentality that governs our steps.

Looking carefully behind you and diligently analyzing the paths we have walked in our history, we notice that what seemed like just an amalgam of our own decisions. It is in fact part of a majestic plan to grind the character we are all part of. , but which we often twist at will. Namely, when we do well we arrogate all our merits and we rush into life with enthusiasm without rationalizing the consequences, and when we do badly we blame others.

But choosing to be honest with ourselves, we will notice with amazement that all the harmful decisions that put us in the restrictive situations of life we ​​made selfishly, independently and without consulting the Creator. So, if God stands beside us even in the dreaded ‘valley of the shadow of death,’ He is not there to show us the less pleasant corners of suffering, but on the contrary, to guide us back to the light from which we have Gradually and voluntarily removed.

Knowing these unique aspects of divine love, as far as I am concerned, today I choose to adopt a satisfying attitude in which the Peace of God embraces my heart. Then I will boast more joyfully of my weaknesses, that the power of Christ may remain in me.

Do not forget! He said, “My grace is sufficient for you; For My power in weakness is made perfect “[/md_text]

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