Closing Chapters

Your story should be awesome and fantastic right? Like watching a mini series where they can sum up what we do in a year in one day. Our story should have the best scenes and the best plot and nothing but blessings! If you didn’t know by now I’m being highly sarcastic and I know how it feels to think this way. There’s a saying that states “if God doesn’t open the door praise him in the hallway”. I take this to mean that when there are shut doors that are holding you back it’s obvious that your time in that room is still holding a lesson that needs to be learned and give your praise to God while waiting. 

Think of it like this to every great book the plot thinkins and the story gets juicy with every chapter to our lives but before the twist comes or grand finale occurs. That’s life.

Think of your chapters as learning lessons and eye openers but just know that this chapter is not the last chapter and you have ample time and opportunities to write a better story.

We must understand that when starting a new chapter to make sure that the old chapter needs a qualified ending that will not just catch the readers eyes but catch the writers eyes aswell.

Close every Chapter before starting anew. Never skip sections or you won’t understand the reason for the story.

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