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Your Full Potential

Your Full Potential

My mom has a beautiful row of daylilies on the side of her house. Well, now they’re beautiful. For most of their daylily life they struggled to grow, leaving my mom at a loss for how to nurture them. But then a strange thing happened. The tree across the street was struck by lighting and had to be cut down. Now, just this spring season, those daylilies have become who they were supposed to be because they are now touched by the sun. It’s amazing, isn’t it? Sometimes it takes something traumatic or dramatic to happen before we can reach our full potential too. “Why?” we might ask when the lighting rod of pain or despair or grief hits close to our home. But, all we have to do is look up to see the Son shining through and, in our weakness, He will make us strong. Have a blessed week. Hugs, 2-mama

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