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A Lovely Accident

Today is national chocolate chip day. If you read the history of how the cookie came to be, you will find out it was an accident. What a lovely accident, may I say. There is nothing like a warm chocolate chip cookie. I wonder when she first pulled the cookies out and noticed the candy bars made chunks, did she get flustered? I have discovered in life that many of those so-called messes turn out to be a blessing in disguise. So today, as you enjoy a delicious chocolate chip cookie, remember to appreciate those hidden treasure. You may have thought it was in error, but God had other plans.
“Behold the eye of the Lord is on those who fear Him, on those who hope for His lovingkindness.” Psalm 33:18


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