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Good Morning

Europe is known for its wet and cloudy conditions. According to an elderly British man born in the 1800’s, when it was sunny and warm outside, people were very happy. They yearned deeply for continued shiny and cloudless days, and subsequently, the phrase “good morning” was born. In hopes for a sunny and happy day, they would wish each other, “good morning”.  Whether this narrative is true or not, it speaks of happiness and hope. A longing God has placed in the human heart, because it is both good for the soul and within reach. Like in Europe, clouds don’t linger forever, but will move aside, allowing the sun-rays to shine upon hopeful hearts.   It’s been quite cloudy in our world lately, but allow me to assure you, the clouds will not always be. My friend, permit your heart to hope for a better day, because it is right around the corner...and it’s good for the soul.  The Bible says, when hope is deferred, it makes the heart sick; however, when dreams come true, there is life and joy.  I implore you, don’t withhold the gift of hope from yourself, because on the other side of it, are fulfilled dreams and happiness. Therefore, I say to you, “Good Morning!”…because the sun is due to shine.  Stay hopeful! 

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