This very day that I will repay two blessings
for each of your
Zechariah 9:12B NLT
The last few days have felt more like mid-terms than normal life. I’ve faced a few uncomfortable situations, mainly some that tried my patience and challenged my desire to forgive.
Why is it that those we love and care about the most can be the Most damaging? (whether they mean to or not)
It’s the ones you pour your heart and soul into that can tear it out and smash it. No one else could ever do that, certainly not those that you have little to no feelings for. But why the ones you love? Why is it always those who you hold so dear that crush you into a million pieces?
I’ve been reading Joyce Meyer’s Root of Rejection.
It is a great resource for those dealing with rejection, disappointment, and hurt from others. For the last twenty years, I’ve devoted myself to becoming a stable and happy person. I’ve learned that you can’t control others or situations,
but you CAN control you.
Learning to let go and forgive have been life changing for me and my family. There will always be those who don’t like you, want to make you feel little, unwanted, not good enough, and incomplete.
But as long as Christ is your SAVIOR, you have everything you need and more!
You are already complete!
Many may reject you on this side of heaven… but God will never reject you. He knows you, like REALLY knows you, and He accepts you just the way you are. You don’t have to do anything for Him to love you, He’s not like people wanting you to behave or jump through hoops for approval.
If you’ve lost someone or someone has hurt you or rejected you, God promised to repay what you’ve lost with someone or something much better.
Don’t give up or in to rejection! Stand on God’s promises because he cares for you!
If you haven’t accepted Jesus as your Savior, or maybe you have and aren’t sure that you are saved, click on the link below.