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...s continually stated in this chapter, takes time and we must not rush it. We need to believe that God is working on us even when we don’t feel it. Living with a “baby step” philosophy is healthy as everything has its own time and season. It is important to keep a journal to record life lessons and our pathway toward being more Christlike and to show us our path, encourage us, and to show us where we keep falling. Being patient with our self and with God is important. We must always be of the understanding that God is never in a hurry but he is always on time. He has our whole life time to prepare us and no amount of rushing things helps. Discouragement is bound to set in; however, we need to understand that God’s timing is perfect and that a delay is not a denial from God. We need to celebrate our small successes and understand that God is never finished with us.
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