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Purpose

despite my misfortunes in life,i still believe and trust that God has a purpose for bringing me to this world.sheila makaya virginia are my names aged 20,i have lived all my life calling different people daddy.this is because my parents separated when i was 2 yrs and from that day my troubles started.i am form four drop out due to no school fees but this has not stopped my desire to still learn,the question i keep on asking myself is who is going to sponsor me through school because my mum is a drunkard and my dad is no where to be found.though am going through all this i still believe that God has a special purpose for my being in this world.thanks
virginiash virginiash 18-21, F 2 Responses Jul 16, 2012

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Hi Yes your right God does have a purpose for you, he has a plan for everyone. Always love God, never give up on God because he will NEVER give up on you. Just keep praying and giving him all your worries. And when he feels the time is right your prayers will be answered. I will add you to my prayer list and pray for you also. As far as school have you tried to apply for grants? I got some grants for college because my income was so little, unfortunately I ended up getting a couple back surgeries and couldn't finish and I'm a single disabled parent also raising my 8yr old grandson, I have had him since he was 6 months old. I've been going through a lot of struggles and everything seemed so overwhelming, but ever since I found God and accepted him as my Lord and Savior things are looking up. Don't get me wrong I'm still struggling but everything doesn't feel so over whelming I can cope with my problems so much better and as everyday goes by my life gets better. I'm 44 yrs old and I know God has a plan for me, and when he feels its the right time he will let me know what that is. If you have a personal relationship with God , then I can promise you everything will be ok. Many blessings

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“We all come from God. Once we were strangers, but when we love God we become brothers and sisters. That divine relationship is the strongest of bonds; it holds now and in the hereafter.”

— Paramahansa Yogananda