The blessings of disappointments

Sometimes, to succeed in life you need enemies, Yes!!!

You need people who will mock you, so that you can run to God. You need people who will try to intimidate you, so that you can be courageous. 

You need people who will say "NO" so that you can learn how to be independent, to stand on your own two feet. You need people who will disappoint you so that you can put all your trust and faith in God alone.

You need people who will work towards you loosing that job, so that you can start your own business.

You need people who will sell your 'Joseph' so that 'you' can get to Egypt and be a Prime Minister in a strange land of captivity.

You need a cruel landlord, so that you won't be too comfortable in someone else's house, then you can get your own house.

But sometimes, when we are disappointed, we feel very bad and we tend to remain in that condition. Not knowing that the end-point of disappointment is the beginning of your accomplishments.

Understand this, every disappointment you had came with a blessing!. However, it is not everyone that partakes in this blessing.

You cannot see a new open door while you are still putting all your attention, time and energy in trying to force the closed one to open.

No disappointment can ever come without an attached blessing! So, when the disappointment comes, thank God for it and tell Him to open your eyes to see the new blessing that HE has in store for you!

Disappointment is phase one while accomplishment is phase two. I doubt if one can bypass the phases.

That is why it is called BREAKTHROUGH. Something must BREAK so that you can go THROUGH!

I got this as a whatsapp broadcast. Encourage someone today. Bless others by sharing this.

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