Disappointed? Now What

12 thoughts on “Disappointed? Now What”

  1. This was a really good post and a timely post reminding me that even if my feelings and flesh wants me to be disappointed my hope and trust should be elsewhere… my one, tree source God! Really learning to trust God no matter what, even when it hurts and I get disappointed. I read somewhere that when we are impatient we start serving satan. often our disappointment comes from a lack of patience and our own wants and how we really believe things should happen. beautiful piece. will be bookmarking for a refresher when needed.”just because something is delayed doesn’t mean its not promised” sooooo timely. bless you

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    1. Wow… I never thought of it that way but it makes sense.. impatience is our way of telling God that we don’t trust Him smh. My prayer is that I remember that disappointment is okay but I have to resolve to trust God regardless of how I think it should be!

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  2. Oh my touch by this post. this blew me away. Thank you for taking the time to share these write up through these words.

    These words are painted in truth, experience and perspective. I especially love how you started it and how you ended the write up. Beautifully written and as I read through again on each line I was amazed . Each word you used are true and reflective of my personal encounter with people .

    This produced a smile on my tired face after a long day. You’re appreciated.

    You are welcome

    #PATRICKSTORIES
    Peace ✌and Love ❤

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