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What do you think is more difficult: saying no or the follow-through after you've said no.


I am thinking about choices we make, accepting God, and obeying His word. We sin so much and struggle to get living right.

 

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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    I agree with your explanation. I think saying no can be hard, but it's just a two-letter word and following-through takes a lot more time and effort.

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 4 years ago

    Interesting and a powerful observation. I have hope you will discover strength while knowing just sharing your insight offers hope to others as well.


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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    Great point Jackie Lynnley, God takes care of the follow-through.

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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    Thank you watergeek. Unfortunately, people do not take our word as it is. We have to show them we are serious.

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    TNSabrina 4 years ago

    Nice comment! I'm sorry to hear that you're going through a tough trial. Just know you will make it through it, and stick with what feels right in your mind, heart, and soul.


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Real Talk - Why saying no is difficult at times

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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    Thank you PAPA-BEAR. I will really focus on being specific with God about things.

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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    I totally agree Sabrina. Now that I have started a nonprofit organization, I have learned to say the word NO more often because people do not have your best interest at heart, unfortunately.