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Troubles and Challenges Are Not Unique To You Only… Everyone Has Them!

Troubles and challenges are prevalent to everyone in many different styles and formats. Jesus Christ assured us of the prevalence of t...

Troubles and challenges are prevalent to everyone in many different styles and formats.

Tapiwa Zuze

Jesus Christ assured us of the prevalence of troubles and challenges on this planet earth: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart. I have overcome the world” – John 16:33.

A man who owns cats wonders where he is going to get the next pint of milk to feed them.
A woman who rears chicken wonders where she is going to get the next bag of mesh to feed them.
A blind man wonders who and where he is going to marry.
An albino girl fears of being killed because of the stigma attached to albinism.
A poor old man wonders what type of inheritance he is going to leave to his successive generations.
An old woman wonders whether her grandchildren will live even half her age because of their shenanigans.

Everyone has got some troubles and challenges somewhere in their vicinity. You are not alone in that dilemma.

For your comfort, you are not the only one who:-

Did not finish your primary schooling.
Did not get a bursary to advance with your education.
Did not pursue your desired career path in life.
Did not get family support while pursuing your chosen career.
Did not graduate in normal expected time.
Did not get employment after graduation.
Did not get a good salary for your employment level.
Did not get the promotion you rightly deserved.

Got retrenched while giving your best to your company.
Lost your business empire due to bad decision making.
Struggled with health issues for a very long time.
Got impregnated and dumped by your trusted fiancé.
Infected with HIV/AIDS by your husband or wife.
Got kicked by your in-laws for your perceived barrenness.

Has been back stabbed by your inner circle.
Has been abused and raped by your uncle.
Has been left on the wheelchair after a terrible accident.
Has been wrongly imprisoned for a crime you did not commit.

So why do you want to surrender in your journey of life?
So why do you want to commit suicide?
Why not give yourself another chance to turnaround things?
Why not rebound and keep moving forward?

God loves you so much as you are, and he gave you an absolute assurance: “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” – Jeremiah 29:11.

Tapiwa Zuze

From today, cultivate the much needed confidence to face life!

Though your success may be delayed, but it will never be denied!

Be assured, God loves you so much!!

Tapiwa Zuze

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