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People ask, “How can I have confidence that everything will work out for the best? Perhaps I don’t deserve the best. Perhaps I’ve already messed up so bad, G‑d has given up on me.” These people are confusing trust with faith. Faith is something you may or may not have. But trust is something you do. Hard. Trust is when, in times of...
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