Sermon Sunday: A Few Words

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Sometimes you have to let a person go, in order to get them back.
Sometimes you have to give up on one dream, in order to pursue another.

Sometimes you have to take a step back, in order to take a step forward.
Sometime you have to hit rock bottom, in order to survive again.

Sometimes you have to just wait, in order to make decisions.
Sometimes you have to make decisions, in order to just wait.

Sometimes you have to be blinded, in order to make you see.
Sometimes you have to be deaf, in order for you to hear.

Sometimes you have to grow up, even though you are young.
Sometimes you have to remember your age, even whilst you grow up.

Sometimes you must have your heart crushed, in order for you to feel love.
Sometimes you have to feel love, in order to feel pain.

Sometimes plans wont work out, in order for you to learn.
Sometimes you have to learn before you get things right.

Sometimes bad people are a part of your life.
Sometimes good people aren’t.

Sometimes life is too hard to cope.
Sometimes coping is all you cando.

The ‘sometimes’ in life make up each and every one of us. Yet if we take a moment to dwell upon these ‘sometimes’ we know that at some point, they will pass. This should guide us to remember that, when bad things happen – they will soon be over and when good things occur we should appreciate them whilst we can.

Life is a journey, it comes in cycles and paths, peaks and troughs. But everything happens for a reason…even if we don’t understand it sometimes.

Written by hanandherattitude, January 2013.

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Published in: on January 7, 2013 at 12:08 am  Comments (2)  
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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. So true! It’s all part of the bigger picture 🙂 xx

  2. i adore this post! so true and insightful. a great reminder that we have to take hard times and challenges in stride, because they are the stepping stones to bigger and better things.


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