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When God Closes a Door

Wednesday, January 01, 2014

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I think this is what in store for most humans next year . . .
Beware !!!
Will it be fun ???
Will it be an adventure ?!?
It all depends upon your attitude . . .

"When God closes a door He opens a window. Of course, if you're overweight or its a small window it may not help much. Or if its a double pane window and He only opens one. Or if He opens a window then closes it before you can get out. Or, maybe, He opens a heating vent and you have to crawl thru a buncha winding ducts and you get lost as to where you are in there and... Wait... what was I talking about?"

Roll with the punches and come up with a plan, a good plan knowing that you have His help all the way !!!

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  • ELIZACG9
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    2583 days ago
  • IDARLENE


    Hi Sally! Thanks for writing this!!

    There was a time when our dog got stuck under our porch...so I crawled under the porch to get him unstuck. Then I realized the Lord understands when I get stuck.
    He has infinite understanding. I am so glad He does!!!
    2687 days ago
  • JUSTLYLE
    Very good advice Sally, starting the new year off looking through that big window. Skeeter emoticon
    2726 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
    He always comes through for us to teach us something more .
    2728 days ago
  • SMIDGON
    Sal---You are sooo right! HE is all we can depend on!

    I view life as: when we are born, it is a 'bubble'; then, we travel through a 'tube'. In that tube, we go through trials and tribulations. These are preparing us for the after life. They are 'learning' experiences! How we handle them builds our character, and, compassion.

    Then, we pass on; we enter another 'bubble' and we are rewarded or punished! You are sooo right! It all depends on our attitude!

    God Bless!
    Janet
    2728 days ago
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