All That i was Meant to be.

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All that i was meant to be i see it in You. I have never seen a person more kind, loving, faithful, truthful, knowledgeable, compassionate, merciful, selfless, just, and zealous than Jesus the Messiah. i sing these words expressing my adoration of who You are. I sing these words expressing my realization and desire for sanctification and ultimately glorification that will make me just like You.

I have never known anyone more worthy of attention and acknowledgment. You deservere reverence. You deserve all that i have. We are now on a new leg of this journey. It brings me great pleasure to exalt You. I’m growing. I’m tuning everything out. I’m being intentional and I’m striving to be diligent. Teach me what all of this is supposed to be. Walk with me through each step. Empower me to serve You effectively. Bless me with wisdom to imitate You.

Make me into all that i am meant to be.

Published by Leslee McCoy

Leslee McCoy is the author of Power of Positivity Blog. I love writing as well as other creative arts particularly music. Teaching is another great passion of mine. Blogging affords me the added plus of teaching as I read and apply the truth of Scripture to my own life. Did I mention I LOVE BLOGGING! It's my outlet for expressing underrepresented perspectives on life issues and current events. I also enjoy sharing the revelations I receive as I reflect on the truth of Scripture. For more information about me check out the Introduction tab of the Power of Positivity Blog.

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