This is a season of blessings and miracles. Take time to be grateful for the everyday miracles in your life. I see and hear much in ministry about the challenges people face every day.
Many of us will never know the challenge of being confined to a wheelchair or being unable to hear or speak or see. Countless live with chronic pain that limits their life and ability to interact with others. Countless others are challenged with anxiety, addiction, PTSD. The list goes on.
Whatever may be your challenge, never let it define you for you are so much more
If you are looking for perfection you will be sadly disappointed. No thing and no person in life is “perfect.” However, if you are settled in your heart (and it is always a heart issue) you will find life is about as close to perfect as possible. You will have a peace that surpasses all understanding despite what may be swirling around you at the moment.
Pray without ceasing. Live holy. Be responsible. Put God first and all else will fall into place. Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful!