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The proverbial "leap of faith" is actually the size of a mustard seed. Keep going. And by the way, look at St. Augustine. Don't become disheartened that you made bad choices in the past; make the best choice you ever made by turning to the Lord-- watch as the Lord, through the Sacraments, reorients your life and puts a lot of broken pieces back together.
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Isaiah 66:9.. God's promise. My Bible says the reverse: "Do I bring to the moment of birth and not give delivery?" says your God. The pain comes first, as if it must come first and not so much that birth or something good, always follows pain. A message of hope either way but the painted sign is a bit softer and more hopeful. Fitting.
Romans 8:28 Again, "ALL THINGS". This should put our soul at ease. How many of us have asked ourselves during trials, "why is this happening to me?", Only to later realize the beauty in that very trial(s) that you endured. Perhaps it increased your faith or pointed you into a better direction. Though not all things we experience are pleasant, we are promised that God uses EVERYTHING for our benefit. Therefore, we must have faith that he WILL turn trials into opportunities for spiritual growth