“Grateful Shoes”

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“Grateful Shoes”

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I am a pair of old shoes. Some acquaintances call me Tired. Some call me Worn out, Jr. Hey men, those aren’t my names. Whenever they see me, they would ask me, “How far have you gone?” or “Did you get something from that terrible journey? You look disgusting!” These are just unsurprisingly kind of questions, perhaps. They would ask me a question based on what they perceive in me.
Well, I have nothing to butt in. They are unquestionably right. They give judgments by staring at me but failed to see what is in me.
As I face the mirror, I see a reflection of the 15,000 feet mountain I soared five years ago, crossed over 6,000 km river with my almost wrecked boat, battled against a staggering beast in the woods, and shielded myself from a million arrows shot towards me.
n life, people will not ask you how was your sailing but would rather question the numbers of fish you had caught. Remember, it doesn’t matter how people see you. What is important is how you perceive yourself. Their words won’t destroy you but your perceptions to yourself do. Shine out! Rise! God is your armor. Faith is your shield.
 
Ephesians 6: 10-11
10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. 11 Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.
 
 

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I am a pair of old shoes. Some acquaintances call me Tired. Some call me Worn out, Jr. Hey men, those aren’t my names. Whenever they see me, they would ask me, “How far have you gone?” or “Did you get something from that terrible journey? You look disgusting!” These are just unsurprisingly kind of questions, perhaps. They would ask me a question based on what they perceive in me.
Well, I have nothing to butt in. They are unquestionably right. They give judgments by staring at me but failed to see what is in me.
As I face the mirror, I see a reflection of the 15,000 feet mountain I soared five years ago, crossed over 6,000 km river with my almost wrecked boat, battled against a staggering beast in the woods, and shielded myself from a million arrows shot towards me.
In life, people will not ask you how was your sailing but would rather question the numbers of fish you had caught. Remember, it doesn’t matter how people see you. What is important is how you perceive yourself. Their words won’t destroy you but your perceptions to yourself do. Shine out! Rise! God is your armor. Faith is your shield.
 
Ephesians 6: 10-11
 
10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. 11 Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.

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