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Lately I’ve been down and out with so much going on in my life it has dampen my spirits. I’m human and I can be honest and say sometimes I dont want to think about the positive side of things. There are times where crying and throwing myself a short pity party works for me.  

You know the times where you feel like no one understands or cares or seem less than supportive. I found myself crying my eyes out today, it just felt like I had the weight of the world on my shoulders. I listen to others problems and issues or catch the raft from their bad days.

I vent and shed my tears in private with the only person that truly listens and comfort me. God.  He never fails me, their is strength in weakness and I can pour my heart out to him without any judgement. I dont have to grin and bear it because he knows me and when my soul is weak.  So I said a pray

“Father, thank you for the blessed assurance You have given me. Let me continually use the measuring stick of Your Word to check my spiritual growth”

He surely answered my prayer because I feel relived and the pity parties have stop. So never feel shame for  crying or feeling sorry for yourself. It’s natural and it’s how you deal with it that matters.

The First Agreement: Be Impeccable with Your Word

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