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Perfection met Imperfection – Chrys Howard
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Perfection met Imperfection

Perfection met Imperfection

Behind every great vacation lies a mom who planned and packed and prayed for the perfect week. That was me. But, in spite of my planning and praying, our trip to the beach last week had a few mishaps. We fought off a infestation of flying ants, a wind storm that rivaled the Sahara desert and two days of rain. Still, the vacation was declared by all as perfect. How can that be possible? How can perfection include imperfection? I don’t know the answer to that question, but I know God sent a perfect son to save an imperfect me. Perfection met imperfection and declared it was good. Know your imperfections have nothing to do with a God who sees you as perfect. Have a great week. Hugs, 2-mama

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