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Grace is Sufficient

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2 corinthians 12 9

2 Corinthians 12:9 But he said to me, “My grace is enough for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”

I am sure that at some point or another we all have suffered disappointments in our lives, sometimes because of our own inadequacies and other times because of someone else’s. Either situation still reflects on our own lives. Disappointments are not an easy thing to swallow. We try at all cost to avoid them. However, if we have faith and hope, it may be that we no longer need be disappointed, or as some say, disillusioned.

Born Into Disappointment

I was born into a very large family, too many to count. That was no pretty picture. There were arguments, disagreements, and anything a typical large family is known for. However, it wasn’t until my father’s death that I was absorbed into, to the point, that we no longer get along as we use to. I miss it, but I no longer have to suffer from being disillusioned, as I have God’s Grace.

His Grace is Sufficient

As a human being, I let that bother me. However, by His Grace, I have learned to let go of all ill thoughts, disappointments, disillusionment, and of letting other’s inadequacies invade or have any effect in my life.

Personal Statement

Why am I writing about such a personal subject? Well, as I have been writing this and other of my blogs, I have had questions asked, and testimonies given of others with same circumstances.

So, I am boldly writing today, so I can let others know that once you have salvation, HIS Grace is sufficient. I have Faith in Him, Hope in Him, and Love in Him, more than I have ever had in a lifetime. Prayer of Faith Thank you Jesus for finding me worthy to be your child. Thank you for letting me witness for you and for finding me worthy of your love. Most of all, thank you for uplifting my spirit and delivering me out of disappointments.

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Author: Charlee Felice

Originally from Puerto Rico and lived in Spain. The variety of cultural influences and experiences has expanded her thirst for knowledge. Life has been good to her and has had its challenges. She wants to share this with you, the reader.

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