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  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    I think at this point in my life, I have accepted my faults. It’s just how I’m wired.

  2. That’s a very good thought – NOT fellowshipping with your thoughts. The Bible says that as a man thinks in his heart, so that’s how he will become. So when you dwell on your faults, you’re not likely to overcome it. You would most likely be depressed.

    Thanks so much for sharing this. God is so good. I chose to think on these things – Love, Honesty, Truth, Justice, Humility, Virtuousness!!
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  3. I do this a lot and need to stop. It’s not glorifying to God or healthy for a person to keep nursing the negatives in their lives as though there were nothing else to them as a person. We give the negatives an unfair advantage in life when we could be rejoicing in the Lord.

  4. I love that analogy about the train. The long train, like the Auto Train, which I have ridden several times in comfort. But the people outside the train – that train is long, over 70 cars long when full, and it speeds through your town with a breeze heavy enough to knock you over (I imagine). Now, I have to remember, as the train of trials is passing me, that one day the last car will pass. And, for my mother in law, the one whose trials are creating mine, it is so much worse.
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