A Thoughtful Soul

At Times You Have To Let Go & Let God

Today I was stressing out looking online for ways to keep my house. Working against God’s will. I’ve been praying daily and nightly but still trying to do things my way.

Along my searches I ran into a woman realtor in California  who posted her number on a forum with hopes to help someone  with their foreclosure. I called the number and spoke with her for over an hour. In the end I felt so much better and accepted the outcome.

Let Go and Let God Quote-Anonymous People

I need to start fresh and everything is pointing to  leaving the house and focusing solely on recovery. The woman has been in AA and sober for many years. She has been through my situation and much worse. She is now a success and living a life of God’s will and true happiness.

Things don’t happen by chance. We are now friends on Facebook and I’ve volunteered on a hotline to help people in crisis.

Prayer is great if you let it work in your life.

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