When People Choose To Distance Themselves From Me Part 2
Posted by Second Chance to Live on July 27, 2012
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By remembering that prayer, I found peace in the midst of what I found to be sad. By remembering the prayer, I could celebrate the people who are in my life and let go of the people who choose to distance themselves from me. By remembering the prayer, I could be thankful for the people who choose to distance themselves from me. By remembering the prayer, I could celebrate who I am as me, as people choose to come in and out my life.
By remembering the prayer – that God would bring the right people into my life who are good for me and remove those people who are not good for me — I remembered that I can trust the process to a loving God. By remembering the prayer – for God to bring the right people into my life and move those who are not good for me out of my life – I remembered that I can practice the principle of live and let live and I can let go of what I do not know.
By remembering the prayer – that God would bring the right people into my life and move the people who are not good for me out of my life – I am reminded that I can rejoice in the reality that I can trust the process to a loving God. By remembering the prayer, I am able to trust a loving God to move the pieces of the puzzle – which make up my destiny — in the correct order, in the right positions, with the right connectors and at the right time.
By remembering the prayer– that God would bring the right people into my life and move people that are not good for me out of my life — I am able to trust the process and a loving God when people choose to distance themselves from me.
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