Acceptance

Acceptance of our ‘new reality’ allows us to move forward, to create openness, and expand our opportunities. Acceptance of things that we need to change about ourselves gives us the strength and helps us acquire the skills to make that move. Accepting our flaws requires introspection and humility, but allows us to rebuild anew. Our resistance to change or stubbornness can put up roadblocks and delay the healing process.

Your Unfolding Story
God is using your present circumstances to make you more useful for later roles in his unfolding story.
Loui Giglio

Opening Doors
When God sees you are doing your part, developing what He has given you, then He will do His part and open doors that not man can shut.

Joel Osteen

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The purpose of our life on earth is to grow, develop, and be strengthened through our own experiences.  God uses love-inspired correction to guide us to a future we do not or cannot now envision but which He knows is the better way for us.

  More From Our Blog on Acceptance

  1. A year ago Today

    A year ago Today

    A year ago today, I created a blog. I am sure that many of you are aware of how it came to be. I felt inspired to do it after my Mom, Dad, and two youngest brothers, Keegan and Liam, passed away, due to carbon monoxide poisoning that filled our house,...

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  2. Before the Accident

    Before the Accident

    I think God has a way of preparing us for really hard trials… I know that He has promised that He will not give us more than we can handle. Sometimes, I think He helps us handle difficult things through spiritual promptings that prepare us. I have learned that if...

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  3. Acceptance Brings Peace

    Acceptance Brings Peace

    This morning I was in tears again.  Little things seem to be striking chords that I thought were long buried.  I went running to clear my head and while I ran I listened to one of my favorite speakers, Richard G. Scott.  Having lost two children and then his wife...

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Testimonials

Julie

Grief can become sweet and peaceful, and that is because of time.

People say that “time heals all wounds”. I beg to differ. Time doesn’t heal, if anything it makes it worse. It’s been longer since I have seen Jake, and heard his voice. Longer since I’ve felt the love and strength in his embrace. But what time does, is helps us learn how to deal with it better and how to cope with our new reality. Time give us the chance to grow into the person we were meant to be. I said before that grief can become sweet and peaceful, and that is because of time.

Julie

Question & Answer

What is the purpose of this existence and my suffering?