My story is one of overcoming betrayal and rejection. It (so far) is not one of reconciliation or restoration with our accusers. And you know what? I’m okay with that. Not just okay, but deeply at peace and resting in my Creator. He alone changes hearts and minds. His timing is always best (yes, even
Please visit Lessons from Home to read more. Thank you Heather for this guest post opportunity. “People often have trouble telling me about their own hurts because they know what I’ve gone through with losing a child. I don’t want this to ever be the case. Grief is a strong emotion as a result of
Learning to let God dig out the bitter root. Letting go of bitterness and replacing our dark muddy thoughts with fresh green growth in our brains.
To be broken for others is to be like Yeshua (Jesus). To love your enemy is to be broken for them. Compassion for others in their pain and in their sin is a place or attitude we can grow from. “So encourage each other and build each other up, just as you are already doing”
The heartache of godly sorrow and willingness to deal with confrontation in God’s way is the jist of 2 Corinthians 7. God’s way equals joy.