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Dec 29, 2012 (Sat) Day 2 - Creator - Creating

Saturday, December 29, 2012

I read day 2 - Only God Created us. He made us the way he wanted. He chose our parents for specific DNA.

Point to Ponder - I am not an accident

verse to remember: I am your creator, you were in my care even before you were born, Isaiah 44:2 (cev)

Question to consider: I know that God uniquely created me. What areas of my personality, background, and physical appearance am I struggling to accept?

As I read this, taking 40 days, today being day 2, I have questions, ones I will reserve until I finish reading to see if they are answered.

While I ponder with this and a question to consider, I like my personality. I may not always like my background, but I do like it because it is partially what as been to form me. My physical appearance was awesome, but cruelty, some sick sense of others created me to not accept my body and I changed my body into what it is today. I need to accept the genetic and fix my diseased body, the disease that I created. I was not intended to be this heavy. I have to accept responsibility for my actions. There may have been purpose that I have endured what I did and reason the creator allowed me to endure, but I need to continue to work on taking care of the body he did give me. Does it mean to not accept me heavy? Yes and no, accept me, but not accept the heavy / disease, to begin to work on me, the body I was given and intended to have. Was I meant to have a model figure? No

Today is day 1 for juicing. Should be interesting.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SHANSHE 12/30/2012 12:45PM

    good blog, good luck with juicing! :)

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CANDOK1260 12/30/2012 7:57AM

    great blog

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