Marathon runner…

Affliction can also make us stronger in our faith and develop our confidence in God’s watch care over us. It may also drive us back to the right path when we have wandered.

David said, “Before I was afflicted I went astray, but now I keep Your Word” (Psalm 119:67).

Whatever the reason, if God sends affliction your way, take it in faith as a blessing, not a curse.
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Excerpted from Hope For Each Day by Billy Graham, published by Thomas Nelson.

Be Encouraged SIS and friends. I pray that you not only run the course, but also finish the race set before you. I don’t know about you,  ut its time for this runner to get back on track.

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