Who Said the Road was Easy?

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Hey Fam,

It’s Thursday! It’s been a whole week since we’ve last talked and I missed writing to you all dearly! I pray the week has been great and I find you all in good health!

We have this perception that once we find our purpose or our calling that we’ll have this wide open road for us to walk down with no potholes, no detours, and no speedbumps. I feel the need to say, that’s just not how life works. Just because we’re given the path, doesn’t mean we aren’t finished growing. There are always kinks that we need to work out because we aren’t perfect. As a result, there will be situations that we’ll have to grow through in order to come out altered, changed, better.

Another thing we need during our individual journeys is patience. Sometimes we are all so quick to throw in the towel and say how we can’t do something. We believe that God is faithful… and He will not allow the temptation to be more than you can stand (1 Corinthians 10:13) but say that you can’t deal two seconds later. I know it’s tough, I know it’s hard to handle, I know sometimes you feel weak, but God. He will give you the strength you need to go on, so be patient.

We need relationship, genuine relationship. I have found that once I calm down (when something (life) pops up), I immediately realized that I don’t have to worry. What is worrying going to do to lift me out of a pothole, or help me over a speed bump? Nothing! It’ll either have me prolonging the revelation of a solution or it’ll have me making a quick choice that I’ll likely regret later.

So Fam, I ask you, who said the road was easy? And why would you believe them? Life is not a walk in the park, actually it might be! Depending on what neighborhood that park is in LOL. But seriously, we go through situations to grow through situations, because they helped shape who we become. Remember, you aren’t alone. I love you all and I pray you all have beautiful weekends! I leave you with this…

Romans 8:28 NLT

And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.

Thanks again, God bless and One love.
-Quellz (komplex simplicity)


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