How should we view pain?

Pain comes in all shades of emotions, thoughts, actions, and relationships. We can view pain as discomfort or we can accept pain as an educational stepping stone to upward advancement within family development, financial break through, career promotion, and self-development.

Lesson learned from painful circumstances:

Family Development-love, appreciation for self and others.

Finance-budget, investment, and spending control during various seasons.

Career-overcoming and accepting demotion or promotion.

Self-development- learning and accepting our strong and weak, setbacks, and start up within our wholistic (whole person) lifestyle journey.

‘She is emptied! Yes, she is desolate and waste! Hearts are melting and knees knocking! Also, anguish is in the whole body and all their faces are grown pale!” (Nahum 2:10 NASB).


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