No two days are same!

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The days may look alike but no two days are the same. Today could be the tomorrow you hoped for!

There is this inspiring  real life story in the Bible recorded in John 5: 1-9. Tis  written of a MAN in NEED, a cripple who laid by a pool called Bethesda in Jerusalem.  Long had he been in this situation. He desired the miracle of healing associated with the pool of Bethesda. Days passed by, weeks passed by, years passed by!

The days, probably,would had begun to look the same to him but then, another day also came, a day that looked like the days he had seen but oops, no two days are same! This day turned out to be the best day of his life. His miracle came and he could walk again.

The message is simple, never lose faith, never lose hope, never despair, the expectation of the righteous shall not be cut off. This could be the day you’ve so waited for. No two days are the same!

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  1. So proud of you chibbyman. I will live to see how far the Lord will take you in this generation. Continue to be a blessing to all, the Lord will surely use you and bless you. As long as you remain willing and obedient, you will eat the good of the land.

  2. Truly inspiring and uplifting. Do not grow weary in sewing. Surely he that watereth will surely be watered back. God bless you Chibby

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