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  1. Whether we do it conciously or not, our lives witness either for good or for evil. Make it conciously for good and be consistent.

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    • That consciousness for good and being consistent comes with the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in our lives. I am powerless to do this on my own. I have to surrender and seek his help and guidance daily with every step I take.

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  2. It is always a stuggle for the child of God.

    But the beauty is that we have victory in Jesus.
    Our new character is being formed through every struggle.

    I am constantly concerned about "how I am doing?" in the eyes of my Lord" but also and very important in the eyes of my not yet consecrated family, co-workers, customers and neighbors.

    May we continue to strive to surrender to God as he refashions us and molds us into his image and his likeness.

    Happy Sabbath! Brethren.

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  3. The journey of true faith is shapened by every difficulty encountered along the thorny way of life. May my personal experience be an indelible road mark that inspires future Christians that pass same road of Christian faith.

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