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"There’s more to life than just coping or just putting up with someone. Loving the unlovable during their most unlovely moments is a mark of maturity in your life. No matter how annoying, no matter how hurtful they are, you can still learn to love through God’s grace and power. The other person may not change, but you will be changed forever. You will be set free. You will grow. You will mature. You will be transformed into who and what God desires you to be. And it all begins with loving the other person and releasing her (or him) from what she’s done."
- Gary Smalley

"It’s difficult to continue moving in faith toward Destiny when life doesn’t go the way you’d planned. One of the hardest things for people to do is to trust and believe God when in transition. You lose a loved one. The marriage you thought would last forever dies. It’s devastating when you experience betrayal by someone you considered a good friend. Yet there are times when emptiness is needed so that God can be allowed to fill the void. God cannot fill a vessel that is already full. God uses empty vessels. Trust God to fill the void created when things don’t go as you planned. Human beings can find all kinds of ways to fill the void of loss, and many of them are not good. Substance abuse, compulsive shopping, compulsive spending, excessive eating, sexual promiscuity, and reckless choices are just a few of the unhealthy ways we can attempt to fill a void. God can use disorder to create a new order in your life. Sometimes disruptions actually serve to order our chaotic circumstances and take us to a new place. The shifts and setbacks you experience are not necessarily the work of your opposers. Sometimes a setback is a divine setup. Chaos on the outside actually may be God clearing out conditions, situations, or people that are in the way of your path to Destiny. But it’s hard to ride the wave when it seems like a life storm will overtake you. It’s hard to trust that God is in control of your circumstances even during tumultuous times. It’s easy to see what God was doing in your life once you get to the place God intended. The difficulty lies in seeing by faith what God is doing when you’re on your way there. When you arrive at the place where God intended for you to be, you can say, “Okay, I see what was going on now.” Nobody likes hard times, but it’s the unpleasant experiences that are often the catalysts to build the character required for our destiny."
- T.D. Jakes

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Job 19:25-27
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