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When people reach their retirement years and they then look back at the things they did in life and the accomplishments they reached. Every so often then they would feel there was still things they wanted to do, but just did not make the time to do it. Maybe it was a talent or a dream they wanted to live. Then when they are old it is then often too late for them to do anything about it. Some will then die without living or realizing that dream or talent. Many would have spent too much time on making money than to life their dreams and talents in Christ. Then regrets start to form in their hearts, minds, and souls. All of us have a talent received from God. Do not wait until you are too old. When you have reached your later years you have to look back at your life with no regrets at all. You must feel completed in Christ. That you have realized you have lived your talents and dreams for your life in Christ. Many will argue at the end of the day that they simply haven’t had the time to do so. You deceive yourself by saying that, with the help of God and proper planning and the will to do it, anything in your life in Christ is possible. God bless you and go and reach for your dreams, your talents in Christ, with no regrets one day. AVOID REGRETS THEY ARE A CANCER TO THE CHRISTIAN SOUL!
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