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The Death Of A Dream, Tale of a comeback Kid


Galatians 6:4, 5

Make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been given, and then sink yourself into that. Don’t be impressed with yourself. Don’t compare yourself with others. Each of you must take responsibility for doing the creative best you can with your own life. (The Message)

Do not let the death of a dream define who you are – you are not your dream.
Do not let the death of a dream stop you from dreaming for greater things – it is just a part of your journey.
Do not let the death of a dream isolate you from friends, from God and new ideas – you need some love, encouragement, inspiration and revelation.
Do not let the death of a dream create in you a false sense of entitlement – don’t force things… Learn when to change course, pack up, say goodby and move on.
Do not let the death of a dream steal what you can learn from the experience – use it as a teaching lesson.
Do not let the death of a dream weigh you down with an unsettling emotional baggage – don’t play the tough guy, come to terms with the loss at all cost than heal up and move on.
Do not let the death of a dream diminish your self-worth – Your worth is not in your career or your dreams, it is in Jesus.

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