A conversation. I think you might like to read this!

A: “Dude! Do you hear what happened with Anna?”
B: “She was let go from her former job.”
A: “Yeah! Well she just stayed calm, kept going to Church as if nothing was wrong…”
B: “I noticed that too!”
A: “It seemed like she became more focused. Volunteering, sharing, even giving of her little to others in worse conditions..”
B: “I will admit, I thought she ‘lost it!’
A: “Are you going to let me finish or what?”
B: “Go ahead! Did she ‘lose it’?”
A: “No dude, nothing like that! Uh uh! You know her previous job?”
B: “Wasn’t she a ‘Director’ or something like that?”
A: “Not sure Dude! But it was something like that! Well she is the new Vice President of that company we all hear about!”
B: “No way!”
A: “Way!”
B: “That sure is a testimony and a half!”
A: “I heard people talking about it in apparent shock!”
B: “Her husband?”
A: “He was pretty cool. A prayer warrior. She actually had time to spend with the kids and give the nanny time off!”
B: “You said it like you knew what was on my mind. It seems that when one door closes, another opens to greater things.”
A: “You can say that again! And before you ask, Yes! I have thanked God on their behalf. Something comes to mind about the thing we were talking about last week in Psalms 119: ‘I have stuck unto Thy testimonies: O LORD, put me not to shame.’ Verse 31.
B: “This is A testimony!”
A: ” We have gotta pray more. The quotes we have heard over time stand out!
• When God sees you doing your part, developing what He has given you, then He will do His part and open doors that no man can shut.
• “When God closes a door, He always opens a window.” Woodrow Kroll
• “Don’t give up. Normally it is the last key on the ring which opens the door.” ~Paulo Coelho.
There are so many more dude! Revelations 3:8, Colossians 4:3, 1 Corinthians 16:9-10.”
B: “You have an amazing memory!”
A: “They are fact. Truisms, so I have NO problem remembering them all.”
http://biblereasons.com/doors/

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