Overcoming Rejection

Praises in Pink


Today I received not one, but two rejection letters in totally different areas.  I’d like to say that I took it like a soldier, but initially, I felt sad, frustrated, and a little defeated.  Rejection can be a painful thing—no matter what.  When you’ve given your all to something or someone and it’s just not measuring up to whatever standard that individual has set, it can be a bit unnerving or even downright devastating for the one being rejected.

I have been asking God to show me what He wants me to learn from the rejection and how He wants me to proceed—if He does at all.  While I was praying, I remembered that the pastor had said, not too long ago, not to be surprised by rejection, but to endure, persevere and keep pressing.  Most importantly, I began to recall what the Bible has to say about rejection, and…

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