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I Wouldn't Change A Thing
by Claudette Reid

Thursday, April 02, 2009
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Inspired at Font Hill Villa, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, July 2007

God planned for us to be who we are

He destined us to be where we are at this time in our lives

When we are conceived, He has already planned to use us to show His greatness

He knows our life's course until it ends

When we seek Him, acknowledge Him, cling to Him, it is then that we understand the degree of His love

He sent His only Son to show the world how much He loves us and the example we are to follow no matter how difficult life's course

Who poses the question?  If you could change anything about the things gone wrog, things we would change, when we define what we'd change, we forgot that if we

Changed one single incident in our lives, we would not have learned the lessons intended to teach us to trust God

When someone posed the question to me I answered:

I wouldn't change a thing, it would go against the grain of the Master's original scheme, I wouldn't be who I am because of the past lessons I've learned, the person He created, I just

Wouldn't be the same







Copyright August 2007



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