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I’ve always believed that difficulties have a unique way of strengthening people. I still believe this is true, but I no longer believe it’s guaranteed. In other words, I now believe that difficulties can have a unique way of strengthening people.
The difference may seem subtle, but it’s more than a minor nuance in a sentence.
Nayquan Wilson is a sophomore here at CIU and is majoring in Business & Organizational Leadership. He also plays on the CIU Rams basketball team! No matter your passion, CIU will equip you for your career and for life.
“I chose to come to CIU because it was a unique opportunity to enter an excellent business program, play basketball, and more importantly, grow closer to God.” -Nayquan
If you’ve been a Christian for any length of time, I’d be willing to bet you’ve experienced a “dry” season in your spiritual life. Lack of spiritual enthusiasm, a sense of merely going through the motions, and unperceived growth are a sampling of symptoms of the spiritual desert. These seasons can be brought on by sin and decreased sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, but just as often – if not more often – they are characteristic of the natural ebb and flow of life in a fallen world.