"Often, out of our greatest rejection comes our greatest direction. When you come to a closed door, or something doesn't work out in your life, instread of seeing that as the end, regard that as God nudging you into a better direction. Yes, sometimes it's uncomfortable; sometimes we may not like it. But we cannot make the mistake of just sitting back and settling where we are."- Joel Osteen
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