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DISAPPOINTMENT


God Blessed Morning Family! 

Disappointment is never received with enthusiasm for its occurrence is based on failure of one's expectations to be fulfilled. If we contemplate why disappointments occur we can assume it is because what we desired was not meant to be part of our journey, but the fact that we desired it has given us insight into considering our destiny and what God has ordained for us. For it is said what God has for me is for me. Meaning that no one or circumstance can deny you what God has ordained will be yours. It is through our disappointments in which we are guided and we learn that we can face failure, loss and unfulfillment and rise above it for what does not kill us makes us stronger. We can choose to wallow in the pain and or sadness that tends to accompany disappointment for awhile but we must not remain there for this is not the lesson nor the end of our destiny, for in fact it might serve to be the catalyst to redirect our path and strengthen our desires to fulfill our destiny. Disappointments don't occur to emotionally traumatize us they serve a greater purpose in which we might not be able to identify at the time we are experiencing it but if we give it time and allow the Divine Order of God to lead us we will eventually see why we must experience certain disappointments in Life and how they make us stronger. For as we are going through it we are seeking out and or clinging to God to give us strength. Look at disappointment as an opportunity to redirect your path and you will no longer fret when you are experiencing it for you will not focus on the lost expectation but look forward to what is to be learned and or gained through the experience. For God does not give us more than we can handle and He Knows what disappointment comes our way we will prevail for He will endure all things to give us eternal Life.  " Therefore I endure all things for the elect's sakes, that they may also obtain the salvation which is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory." 2 Timothy 2:10. Be Still And Know That I Am.  Amen. Hallelujah.


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