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No, you must

April 5, 2017

In the Bible there is a clear expectation (for people) to be willing to endure hardship for good/right. The call to righteousness isn’t a guarantee for a hardship-free experience. In fact there seems to be a deliberate training allotted in the school of suffering for it is there a class of virtues is developed: patience, perseverance, endurance, nobility, tolerance, goodness, humility, sacrifice, generosity, wisdom, subordination, fortitude and a host of others. So where He leads you must be willing to follow, and as the joke goes, what He gives be willing to swallow (imagine manna for 40 years, phew!). No fusses.

Influenced by Mrs. Charles Cowman

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