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God wants to bind the broken heart and wipe each teardrop dry; He'll calm and soothe the troubled soul who looks to God on high.
Heartaches--the world is full of them! A boy is mocked at school because he has an underdeveloped arm. A widow painfully remembers the day her husband committed suicide. Parents grieve over a rebellious son. A man tenderly cares for his wife, who has Alzheimer's disease. A minister resigns because a vicious lies told about him. A wife languishes over her husband's unfaithfulness.
Such heartaches have caused some people to drop out of life. Other hurting folks have gone to the opposite extreme, trying to lose themselves in a flurry of activity.
We can learn how to handle our heartaches by looking at the life of Jesus. His heart was breaking as He contemplated what would happen to Jerusalem. He let Himself cry (Luke 19:41). Then He continued the work He came to do-- confronting sin, teaching people and instructing His disciples.
If your heart is aching, admit your hurt to yourself, to others, and to God. This will open the door to receiving the help you need from the Lord and from people who care. Then choose to get involved in life by worshiping, loving, caring, and working. As you do, your deep hurt will lessen and your joy will increase.
5/4/2017 05:27:52 am
Plus duty and enhancements and heartaches and emotional breakfowns and depression and identity crisis and all that shit that comes with it
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
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