Don't let "if only" steal your now

Have you ever indulged "if only" thinking? Many people do every day. They do it when they think that circumstances can obstruct their progress and rob them of purpose. "If only this or that were different"—so the reasoning goes—"I'd be satisfied."

Such thinking would blind us to opportunities and distract us from our real purpose: to distinctively express God right where we are. "Let your light so shine before men," Christ Jesus urged, "that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Matt. 5:16;

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