God wants us to give Him everything. The big things and the little things. I was experiencing a highly stressful situation today that once again reduced me to tears -- they are involuntary I tell ya. I asked God to get me out of the situation, but He thought it better that I be there, so there I was on the brink of an anxiety attack. Then, after the tears dried, I got myself back on course, but I needed help. I said out loud, "I need to find two guys to help me carry these boxes." I walked in the building five seconds later and two of my nephews' friends came around the corner, offered to help and were polite about it, thanking me for a soda and a water that I gave them in exchange for their help. Then, I needed forks. I went to the prayer warrior who works in the front office and, voila, forks. These are not huge things like a better job, a spouse or better health, but theywere my things and God loves me enough to tackle them, too. Ms. EV
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When you have elevated values, it is not about being snobby; it is about living victoriously!
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