The ability to deal with our past is a good way to make the future bright and healthy to produce better results.
Most times, we the children of God always dwell in our past mistakes, forgetting the fact that the future is big and have better opportunities we need to make it in life.
Pastor David Abioye on his daily devotion today 20th of July 2020, speaks on what to do with the past. Sharing the powerful message, he highlighted things a child of God need to do if he or she want to advance his or her destiny.
According to pastor David Abioye, If you don't want to be buried by your past, you should quickly bury it. He also stated that we should put the past in the grave where it belongs before it take us to the grave.
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Bury the past or you be buried by the past.You either bury your past or it will bury you. If you don’t want your past to bury you, quickly bury it.
Bury the past or be burdened by the past. It is tasking to carry the burden of the past. Lighten your back to be able to advance your destiny.
Bury the past if you don’t want to be hindered by the past.Bury the past if you don’t want to be distracted by the past. Put the past where it belongs – in the grave otherwise it will roll you into the grave.
Church members who came across the powerful messages shared by Pastor David Abioye reacted and said that their past will never roll them into the grave in Jesus name.
Many also stated that they need the spirit of God in other to learn how to bury their past so that it won't affect their future. See screenshots below
Have you ever been able to bury your past before despite the daily life challenges? Kindly use the comment box and educate other because they are seriously in need of that.
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