Israel failed to enter the Promised Land as planned because of their mistakes. How do you respond when life doesn’t go as you planned?

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      Dana
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      What we should do is not always what we do.

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      Brittany
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      Prayer. It is hard not to want to take action into my own hands. I have noticed that praying before responding to any situation helps me.

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      Carol
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      I usually respond very negatively and it prevents me from seeing the big picture. This may be how God intended it to be. I should try to learn from setbacks instead of being stopped by them. Again, it is all about trusting God. Go to Him for answers to setbacks.

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      Stephen
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      When things don’t go as planned, my initial reaction is one of frustration, mixed with anger. There is also a tendency, like the Israelites, to ask God why? I sub-consciously expect God to order things according to my plans, and when the plans go awry, it’s God’s fault, not mine.

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      Ruben
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      I had learned to trust God even the circumstances doesn’t go as expected, he is sovereign and almighty

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      Our Daily Bread
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