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Consider the possibility that your past, present and future experiences are all tied to what you plant in the soil of your life. The only exception are the times people violently sowed ( or brought things ) into your life without your permission.
What lessons would you learn if you took a courageous look at your past, present, and future?
Easter service at Overcoming by Faith (2018).
What if you were free to start all over again? Paul viewed the Christian life as a chance to start all over again.