…God Will Show You Who You Are

  

I’m sure many people feel that if they have yet to succeed at something in life, that they are failures. They don’t realize that throughout life, we learn just how strong we are because of the struggles we’ve faced. Success  does not make us any more intelligent. It doesn’t make us any more important. God will show us the way. He will show us how every day, we are pulling ourselves together on a day to day basis, getting through the difficulties in this life. So don’t be so hard on yourself. You will come to learn who you really are, through the ups and downs in your life. Once you reach your success, you will be more humble and understanding of yourself and those around you ❤️.

-Jen

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