I know I’ve been busy a lot lately and haven’t had the chance to write to you. But the Lord pulled me away from those things just to talk to you today!
Last week in my prayer time, The Lord began to deal with me about broken hearts 💔. I know I posted on social media saying I would write this blog last week, but last week was sooo busy for me, I simply was not able to do it.
However, I am here today, so let’s get started! In today’s blog, “How to Deal With A Breakup” I will give you a few tips on how to deal with a broken heart.
I pray this blesses you!
1. Know that it’s working for your good
Romans 8:28– And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.
Let’s face it sis.
In this life you will be disappointed at some point with someone. But it’s not what happens to you that matters, it’s how you react to the situation that matters most.
I had a friend that was so excited to be with a man that she missed the “clear signs” he was showing her and she ended up with a broken heart because he was not the man she thought he was.
Now she could’ve went crazy,
lost her mind
keyed up this man’s car 🚗
burned some of his stuff
and anything else brokenhearted women do.
But after talking about it, I assured her that God had not forgotten about her and that He would be faithful to fulfill every promise He’d made to her.
After a lot of tissue’s and once her Lenny Williams C.D. started to skip, she finally decided to let her ex and any other idea she had of them being together go.
Although she was very hurt, I am happy to say it worked out for her good! The man she now has is amazing! This man opens up doors for her, pulls out her chair, prays with her, supports her dreams and when she was living by herself (before they got a house together) he even helped her out on her bills.
He was so amazing that I slick got jealous👀lol.. but anyway the point is, God blessed her with a man that loves her to her very core. And now they’re both happily married!
What if she would’ve kept dwelling on her ex?
What if she would’ve kept going back and forward with a man who was only playing games with her?
She would’ve never met the awesome man that God had for her.
NOTE: What didn’t work out or is being removed from your life is only making room for new blessings to come in.
2. People Come and People Go
Knowing those five little words can save you so much hurt and disappointment!
Everyone who comes into your life is not coming for a lifetime. God will send some people in your life just for a season. The only time we get hurt is when we try to make temporary people permanent.
If God says, “Let it go.” Let it go sis! Stop thinking about it. Put your heart in the hands of your Heavenly Father and trust that He will send the right people at the right time.
When I think of all the lessons I’ve learned from people, whether those lessons were good or bad, I praise God! Although some of those lessons hurt at that moment. However, after the pain is gone I’m able to go back over the very situations that once caused me grief and learn from them.
NOTE: Examine your current situation and ask yourself “What can I learn from this?” “What is God trying to teach me or show me?”
3. Trust In The Lord With All Your Heart
Proverbs 3:5-6– Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
Once you have said what you needed to say and have done what you needed to do, keep your focus on God. Do not lose sight of who He is just because your heart is broken.
Remember sis, He is the mender of broken hearts. So give it to Him.
Psalm 147:3– He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.
If you allow Jesus to come into your situation He can make even the worse situations turn around for your good. I know you may not understand exactly what’s going on right now or why things didn’t work out the way you wanted them to, but just like I told my friend years ago, God is faithful. And if He did it for her, He can most certainly do it for you and I.
It may hurt right now, but the pain you feel now will not be able to compare to the joy you’ll feel when you’re finally in the arms of your promise.
Exhale sis…. and let go…