What do you see?

“Would it not have been better if we were blind, that we would believe the promises of God without fail?” Anonymous

Seeing is believing. One of the greatest pitfalls to faith is our sight; a sight that is not only characterized by the eyes but also by what our mind sees, reasons and concludes to be realistic perception. It is easier to believe what we can see than what we do not. It is even more unlikely that we would believe what we do not see when what we clearly see is contrary to what we are expected to believe.

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Broken Engleash



Have you ever not wanted to do something? Have you ever not wanted to do something so bad that just the thought of someone asking you to do it ruined your mood the whole day?

Well, I don’t like wanting to avoid doing something so bad that it affects me. Very few people may know this, but when I feel something it affects me wholly. Compartmentalization has never been a strong suit, well until recently. I used to get really

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