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Friday, March 28, 2014

Forgiveness is such a big word that I don't often use or even acknowledge a lot. What forgiveness means to me, is saying that its ok that I fell short but that it's alright to begin again. Well lately I fell short of my health goals. It's so easy at times to make up a list of to-do's in the health journey and you plan and plan but action and consistency don't always add up. This week wasn't a so good week but I forgive myself and I open myself up to try again without feeling convicted. Often times when we feel convicted we start to fall away from our health goals and lose sight of the mission and vision for ourselves. Well this message is to encourage all those who missed the mark whatever that mark was for this week. I use to think it was so hard to start over unless it was Sunday morning. But I am starting over Friday now. I am purifying myself today in fellowship with Christ the center of my life. If you can't forgive yourself think about why....There is no condemnation for believers. So start to have faith and believe you can succeed in this journey. Happy Friday Sparkies!!!! emoticon m emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon m

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PENNYSAVER2 3/28/2014 10:54AM

    I love your attitude!! emoticon emoticon

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    emoticon blog...thanks for sharing. I understand and can relate. I am right there with you. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MJRVIC2000 3/28/2014 9:29AM

    God is so GOOD! God Bless YOU! Vic.

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