The Power of Being a Nobody

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God never did refuse to accept me; my limitations, my imperfection. I refused. I was driven by destiny, and yet I bucked. I was never, “unwanted”, I just believed I was. Programed to believe mistakes and failure are the same. The illusions of success as value. God was always there. Fully aware of who I really was, am, will be. I am no one, and He surrounds me with invigorating-life, genuine-people, sincere-fallibility, and… hope. In my inability, I found grace. In my limitations, I discovered my strengths. Control was ever only an illusion.  A nobody, enfolded by love, the only thing in this world that has ever been truly real.

“I know what I’m doing. I have it all planned out—plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you hope in your final outcome.”

Jer.: 29:11

Shayne Mason Vincent, MSW
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