We all would like to know when we should risk moving on to a new stage of life. The words, “It’s time to move on.” is a more gentle way of stating the need and far less hurtful than hearing the impossible judgment from others, “You need to just, get over it and move on.” Yes, there is an appropriate time to move on with other things in your life, but you will never get over it. (There is no Closure with Grief and Loss)
We can imagine the nightmare of floundering in negative thoughts with our hearts devastated from the death of loved ones and the constant heartache of broken relationships. The feelings of emptiness and sorrow we experience are far more crushing than we ever want to admit to ourselves or others. (We are all Broken, and that’s All Right)
When we encounter devastating news, don’t be surprised. Jesus told us there would be unbelievable distress in the world. We may face blow after blow against us, but Christ stands with us as a firm foundation of hope behind every problem. I am an ever-present help in trouble. Trust Me, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea.”
Let my presence give you the strength to move past the hurt, the pain, and the grief as you release your cares into my hands. So forgive every offense, for I know life is not fair, but there is no longer any need to walk in resentment and guilt. You can trust me. I will provide you everything you need at just the right time so you may move forward today, for I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. I am here now.
Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, Psalm 46:2 NIV
I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. Revelation 22:13 NIV
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