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Re: asking for stuff

Posted by rayww on February 7, 2005, at 18:38:48

In reply to Re: asking for stuff rayww, posted by SLS on February 7, 2005, at 8:00:22

I'm a little stressed today, so I hope what I write will make some sense to you. My only intent is to encourage and do what I can for others.

Thank-you for sharing your thoughts. As I was reading your words:
"I would rather that He take care of the tsunami victims first. He has really blessed me with all the gifts I feel I need to get along in life except for the one thing that prevents me from using these gifts", the thought that came to mind was how blessed you are and will be because of your attitude. Have you heard the quote, "As a man thinketh so is he"? Do you believe God will judge our heart, our thoughts, our intents, and all the things we wish we could do if we were able? Whatever life we have is our gift from God. Those with severe mental disorders will not be held accountable for things they did not do. A body is a very sacred gift. Satan's evil spirits wanted one so bad they were willing to possess the body of swine. People of my faith believe these spirits will never receive the joy of gaining a physical body because they chose to follow Satan rather than the Messiah in the pre-earth life. The point I am clumbsily trying to make here is that no matter the condition of our body, it will fulfill it's eternal purpose. Eternity is a very long time, and by comparison, the time we spend here is millisecond. Surely we can endure as that eternal second passes.

You have been blessed with a good attitude and a wonderful belief. Your prayers will be answered, but likely not how or when you expect. It takes faith to accept that God's plan is not always our plan.

When you try to figure out what God would want you to pray for, are you certain it is for your health? Have you heard of or tried I don't know what you struggle with, but this nutritional supplement has certainly helped a lot of different types of mental disorders.




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