God Knows You’re Not Perfect

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Stop crying and complaining that you haven’t been able to have a perfect life. Some people blame and hate themselves for failing, falling or not meeting their goals or some set standards even when God who created you knows and doesn’t expect you to be perfect in this world. God created us as human beings in His image, with a combination of faith and frailty, sometimes we aim high and sometimes fall short; sometimes we get some things wonderfully right and other times terribly wrong.

If you have failed today or experiencing some challenge or the other, do not despair or hate yourself for it, never consider yourself a failure because tomorrow is another day and you will have fresh opportunities to make up for your missed chances.

No life is sweet all the time. No one experiences successes and victories all the time, the same way the day gives way for the night that’s the same with our lives, we win some and lose some; we laugh sometimes and cry other times. Such is life. Let’s learn to accept it and live it!

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6 thoughts on “God Knows You’re Not Perfect”

    1. You are right, but most people don’t realize this especially when the opportunities don’t come immediately. I have seen people hold on to the feeling, and blame themselves as if their world just crashed. Thanks for sharing your thoughts Richard. Blessings.

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    1. Greg, thank you so much for your kind and encouraging work. May God bless you and your Ministry. I will love to connect with you on facebook if you are on it.

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