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Spiritual: July 17, 2019 Issue [#9640]

 This week: Real Life Training
  Edited by: Samberine Everose
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Table of Contents

1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
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About This Newsletter

Hello everyone, I’m Samberine Everose and I'm here your guest editor this week in the Spiritual Topic of the WDC Newsletter, and just like I've always been saying, I will not be tired in expressing my thankfulness to all the beautiful people here in this wonderful community of writers for not only helping us to improve our writings but giving us also encouragement and inspiration every day. *Smile*

Learning is not ended in a four-sided space or in any four-sided book,
It is much better when we apply the things we've learned and see for ourselves on how we will grow.

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Letter from the editor

Real Life Training

We like to attend seminars and training to improve ourselves. We like to study, get a unit or a masters degree to be informed and acquire knowledge.

But all these things are useless if we don't know how to apply it to our everyday life.

Experience is one of the best teachers in life. Ask an elder, and there is always a word of wisdom that he/she will share which mostly based on experience.

Like our problems that we encounter every day, believe it or not but problems can teach us to become a better person.

Have you noticed that teachers often gave an exam to test her students to know if they had learned something on the lesson she/he taught?

Problems are like that too, these are challenges of life.
God the Creator of all, often let us have these problems because its a test of our faith for us to be strengthened.
Because in times of our uncertainty and weaknesses, His power is made perfect.

9.But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. 10 That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.~ 2 Corinthians 12:9-10

Trials or problems are like an exam that will make us grow, we can see their our faults, our mistakes so that the next time we will face again this kind of challenge we will not already get not only a bad or a fine score but a perfect one.

Trials or problems can make us be closer to Him because He knew our capacity that we can not only survive on the problem but He wants us that He is the one we would call to help us in that trials or problems.

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7

Problems are much easier already than the first one especially if we are already used to have it. Pro'sblems or Challenges are a way on how we will apply the theories that we had learned in a limited four-sided space only.

Problems or challenges are a part of life, whether we like it or not, in here
It's just only depends on us on how we can see it if these are thorns of roses that will make us be discouraged or thorns that we are more to be encouraged to get the roses.

So indeed problems are sometimes a blessing. *Heart*

Samberine Sig.

Editor's Picks

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Blessed by Stress  (E)
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Steps to Wisdom  (E)
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#2149824 by Jaynelf the Reindeer Caretaker

The Teaching  (E)
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#2168508 by Patrick McDonagh

A Tree In Winter  (13+)
The struggle of a tree in winter.
#1385091 by Sobriquet

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Tweet Me a Story  (18+)
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#2040737 by Sally

Musicology Anthology  (13+)
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