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Let us give thanks with a grateful heart. Good Connections, God's Process

What a beautiful verse Psalm 9:1 "I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds.

Psalm 9:1

I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds.

Good Connections and God's Progress

Functional connections between colleagues, friends, and families are not about what they can do for you but what qualities they can instill in you. 1 John 3:18 says, "Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth."

Remember, everything in life takes action and effort with a grateful heart and loving attitudes. You must work to grow if those qualities are not beneficial to be healthy in your growth as an individual or toxic in your environment. You must consider the pros and cons of each relationship that you develop, and grow to understand that everyone must have love and kindness in their own special and unique way .

Toxic links are never helpful or healthy for people's growth and developments for their progress of good connections. If these connections are loving and caring, then they improve over time and your relationships build better bridges to grow. Remember, we must recognize when someone has been toxic, nasty, or an unloving way that they will break bridges, and never grow in their own progress of growth.

Breaking these toxic chains is imperative to your healthy growth and it does not mean you do not love them, but it does mean that you create a distance to help better your life and help to create a space where God can work in both of your lives to grow in God's love. Sometimes a broken person does not realize brokenness until God reveals the pieces in their heart. Let God do a work of art in that response area and remove yourself so that He can better open both hearts to His loving potential of growth. Sometimes you may be standing in the way of progress and fulfilling His joy. Development, Guidance, Growth, Healing, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation is all the Father wants. Removing ourselves from the equation is sometimes the best thing we could ever do. You never know where the Father may lead you; you may cross paths with this relationship again as the seasons change, and you both mature in God's perfect love!

God bless, and as I always say, "


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