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"NO MATTER HOW LONG YOU HAVE TRAVELED IN THE WRONG DIRECTION, YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND YOUR WAY BACK"


Many people always think it’s too late. I’ve wasted my opportunity, it’s too late, I’m into it too much now, what’s the need? It is never late too late unless you’re dead. You can find your way back but that’s only when you are determined to. Why? The journey back is not going to be short when you have traveled far in the wrong direction, you will need patience to travel all the way back and this patience can only be sustained by determination. When you lack determination, your patience will wane fast. Moreover, Jesus is always willing to hold your hands and guide you back, just seek for Him.

P.s It can be late but it can never be too late till you are dead.


P.s.s The journey back will not be short, don’t make it unless you are determined.



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       Kambi

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