The Wall: Disaster or Destiny? Lessons From Life's Crossroads

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The Wall: Disaster or Destiny? Lessons From Life's Crossroads

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Every person faces one or more setbacks in his or her life.  Not every person who has a setback takes a step forward to recover or move ahead.  What many refer to as devastating events, monumental losses, and excruciating trials can occur totally apart from your desire or intention.  A step forward to recover from a setback takes a willful act of courage.  Sometimes we feel that we are immune to heartache, trouble, disappointment, or failure.  However, we all at some point discover that we are susceptible to the attacks and contrivances of contrary spirits and evil men.  We also discover that we are fully capable of making bad choices and decisions completely on our own.  Regardless, an experience isn’t exclusive to the actions and events you endure and encounter, but rather what you do with what happens to you during your experience. 

I am here to tell you that no matter what your experience is, you can recover!  You can regain your balancer!  You can renew your vision!  You can rebuild your life!

I know.  I have been there.

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Rick Hawkins is the founder and Chief Supervisor of the Place For Life Church of San Antonio, TX and The Rick Hawkins Foundation. He is also the founder of The School of Excellence in Education, a public charter school with multiple campuses located in the Greater San Antonio area, to which he continues to serve as advisor. He travels the nation and abroad speaking and serving in multiple congregational and corporate settings. His influence and spiritual guidance provide service and input to numerous individuals, including pastors, entertainment personalities, and corporate executives. He currently resides in Boerne, TX, where he spends his leisure time as a loving grandfather to five grandchildren.

Other books by Rick Hawkins: Training Your Thinking