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Colesha Jackson
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One thing after another

Published on 9/7/2016
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        There comes a time in your life when you have so many battles you don't even know where to begin. When you want to take a day off when you know you can't because you need a chance to get organized and write goals for each day. I just don't even know how things are crumbling apart so fast each day. I know God is up to something that will bless me beyond measures-double for my trouble, I just almost want to give up before I receive it. I am tired. I am tired. I think the biggest hurt is knowing that no matter how angry you are with an enemy, you wouldn't do that to that person. It hurts when people or a person think that their actions is suppose to help you. It is even worse when they or he or she doesn't want to own up to the fact that it harmed you and they (he or she) doesn't want to get involved in helping you sort out a situation that wasn't necessary if they(he or she) hadn't been involved.

        I understand that people are hurting but do I have to deal with these people. I think about the Pharisees and preachers (religious people) back during Jesus' time and I realize that those people had high self-esteem. They really thought they were better than others. The community were hurting and they enjoyed it. They enjoyed it because Jesus was meeting those hurting people needs and they were angry and jealous. Many people want to be need for their services. They want people to depend on them to feel valuable but we can all do more by mentoring someone to fill our positions. Motivated each other to help others that are oppressed. Pray for me and for the world. We all need help in various areas of our lives. Some more than others. I really need prayers and a friend to talk to just to sort through thoughts.


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