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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Encouragement to all who read this piece, the change that we need.
Critique in love
Change is a different and new beginning,
a new dawn
Change could be for good or for bad
Change means a turn around in situations,
also means a twist in events
Time is change because it is not static:
A time to be born and a time to die
A time to sow and a time to reap
A time and a season for everything
Change is good when God is the centre
Let God be the strategist of your change
Then change can be enjoyed not endured
His love radiates from the centre to encapsulate all
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