Comparison

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It’s a trap, and I fall right into it sometimes.  I see someone whom I believe to be better off than I am, and I look at myself as a failure.  It’s not about wishing less for the other person, but losing sight of the blessing of where God has placed me.

 

Comparison is always a trap that drains the joy out of where we are and can keep us from getting to where we want to be.  In this week’s video I’ll talk about how to avoid this trap.

 

 

How do you avoid comparison?

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