Challenges – ‘Just A Thought’, Ep. 2

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4 thoughts on “Challenges – ‘Just A Thought’, Ep. 2

  1. This message was very meaningful to me. It was exactly what I needed to understand right now.

    The reality of going through painful experiences can give us an ability that we did not have prior. We can become equipped to reach out to others who are in the midst of the same kind of problem.

    God says that he would never give us problems and trials that we cannot survive and come out on top of. I tend to forget that when I am in the midst of traumatic situations.

    God needs leaders who are honest and compassionate but he also needs them to be strong. Each trial we have to walk through can bring new and renewed strength.

    Once we see a bigger picture and focus off of the pain of our own misfortune, we can gain a different perspective to be able to get from this side to the other side of our trauma and trials more quickly.

    It is easy for leaders to doubt themselves and wonder ” why has God called me? Look at all the messes I end up in and how I am persecuted? ”

    But God’s wisdom has a much wider, all encompassing view than ours does. If God sends people to follow you and count on your wisdom, even if you do not expect or understand why, then it is best to trust that God knows us better than we know ourselves.

    All great leaders probably questioned their ability and worthiness sometimes. It is for God, not us, to determine our potential and ability to lead others.

    If the trauma and persecution is part of what makes us worthy of leading then you are right in saying that we can pray for God to help us through them and out the other side.

    Thank for your continued inspiration,
    Annie <3

    1. Thank you for your kind words and support! I think that if we are able to remember that we live for the sake of others, we would embrace the process better.

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