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It does not matter what obstacles you face

It does not matter what obstacles you face, says the LordWhat matters is if you have the toolsWhat matters is if you have the fireWhat matters is if you are ready Are you ready with humility?Without this tool, the others … Continue reading

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Your trail

Your trail is marked by blood and joy.Your trail is marked by blood and joy. © Meisaan Chan

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The always promise

In the stormsaving youIn the calmsaving you © Meisaan Chan

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Be not afraid of brokenness

Be not afraid of brokennessas a duckling emerges from the shell knows:Brokenness means lifeBrokenness means growthBrokenness means hopeBrokenness means beginnings 6/16/2020

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Spirituality of the spiral

When life sends you around againlook for the deeper;do not go around in a circlego in a spiral © Meisaan Chan

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How to safely peer into the chaos

Use my vision alone to peer into the chaos, says the Lord;use my sight alone to seefor love neither looks awaynor dissolves into despairbut knows there is always something greater;as it gazes, it knows the end © Meisaan Chan

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You orient me

You orient mecompass spinslands on north © Meisaan Chan

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Parable of the woman and the rut

There once was a woman who walked a dirt, circular path, and she walked it so many times that the path became a rut. After many months and years, she wanted to leave the rut, but each step she took … Continue reading

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The most profound prayer

The most profound prayerisn’t eloquentit is naked © Meisaan Chan

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The not-really-wilderness

I’m in the wilderness, I say to the LordNot really, the Lord says to meHow is this not so, I ask. There is no path, no one else, no markers, no mapYou are walking upon my heart, the Lord says … Continue reading

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