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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Patience (08/21/08)

TITLE: The True Meaning Of patience
By Angela Wilson
08/24/08


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patienc is a virgue and long suffering. If you don't have it,please ask for it. Well all know that if you ask the heavenly Father above for it. It will be answered accordingly.

Me myself use once didn't have any patience. Every time I wanted something, I wanted it right tehn and there. But it wouldn't come when I wanted to. It only came when my heavenly Father wanted it to come.

We must seek wisdom first and then ask for parience. The two go hand in hand. If you obtain patience, it's a wonderful thing. Wait saith the Lord wait.

Then whatever you're asking for will
soon come, and it will come in abundance and you will grow. Be not anxoius for nothing, you will get nowhere. If you take it upon yourself to try and get something.

It will up and fly right out the window and it will fall apart. So be
patient and everything else will be added.


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Angie Ragg08/28/08
Thanks for this reminder. We all need to hear this everyday.
Marlene Austin08/29/08
Nice devotional thoughts. The idea that 'patience is a virtue' is found in several literary references, the most notable being Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales". The Bible states in Romans 5:3 and James 1:3 that tribulation worketh patience. Be careful what you ask for, huh... :)
Jan Ackerson 08/29/08
Thank you for these words of encouragement.
Patty Wysong09/03/08
A good reminder for us to seek wisdom and then patience.