I am thankful for my struggles because one thing they have taught me (the one trait I strive to maintain as part of my character) is humility. I understand that I am flawed, that there were a series of awakenings that ultimately led me to the truth, and that freedom didn’t find me whole, but in pieces. I don’t worry what others think of me because YAH is my only judge and I am allowed to be a work-in-progress. For this, I strive to have as much compassion on others as I can because I don’t have it all together and I will never pretend to. I didn’t wake up automatically understanding who I was. There were stepping stones to this. When dealing with people who may not know what I know, I remember that my resurrection happened in stages.

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4 thoughts on “Resurrection”

  1. I can so relate to your post. Struggling is a part of life. If you haven’t struggled, you are not living, but it can also mean a great thing too. Strength, growth, and inspiring. As you going through your struggle, you are also learning. Great read and keep sharing!!😊

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      1. kayn.. i am thankful too for being able to hear Yah’s voice and I pray to be a part of that agreat resurrection day.. Halleluyah. i feel truly blessed and I am pray that I always do better in my actions and thoughts and that they please Yah . I know that each day is a spiritual battle and i pray to overcome. Be blessed in Yah And Yahoshua.

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