True Love

I am grateful to wake up this morning.

Have you ever had a moment in life when you needed to tell the truth at the expense of losing someone’s trust? Should you keep it quiet in your perception to protect that person? Or is it really an effort to protect yourself? But what would happen if they found out from another person about what you did? What if they already knew what you did and were testing your integrity? They might take even longer to forgive you and the pillars of honesty and trust which formed the foundation of your friendship crumble from the undermining result of this moral dilemma.

The revelation of this secret will show how much you care and love the person involved. The action was not exactly the most trustworthy or loyal. In a point of weakness in an area of the friendship, a feeling of loneliness, a misunderstanding based on a lack of communication reveal chinks in the armour of protection. Maybe that armour was not as strong. Maybe you took off that armour while committing that act which you are considering to keep a secret from your dear friend.

Yet if that person is a better friend than you they may eventually forgive you. They may remember that you are infallible. They may hold you in their arms and sync their heartbeat with yours to remind you that no matter what you will never feel lonely again. Or the opposite reaction is that this person may walk away. That trust which you took so long to build will be shattered to pieces that may be too painful to pick up and put together again. Yet when that person lets go and when you let go of that person there is a sense of loss coupled with a sense of calm and life continues. You eventually forgive and live at peace as the positive things in life shift your perspective and you live a life of forgiveness, hope, compassion and gratitude.

My knowledge is incomparable to God’s omniscience.

I trust God to guide my steps in life. Although too often, I run ahead of God because I thought I knew what was best for me. I confess at times I have turned my back on God but I am confident that He has never and will never turn His back on me. And through the silences of life I know He is working all things out for good because He loves me and I love Him. His overarching love surpasses my comprehension. God is teaching me to reject the desires of the flesh and walk in the spirit. Letting God is a constant decision. One I must make every moment of my life.

Be grateful and know your worth. Stir up the gift of God which is in you. Some people come into your life to teach you how to let go of things over which you have no control. Sometimes you have to forget what you want, to remember what you deserve. Don’t overthink just let it go. The spirit is life because of righteousness so choose life. Be strong enough to let go and wise enough to be patient and wait for what you deserve. One of the most courageous decisions you can make in your life is to finally let go of what is hurting your heart and soul.

The secret to having it all is knowing that you already do. God is faithful and he will continue to provide, protect and guide you. He gave us the gift of life and it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living life well. Live one day at a time without anxiety and stress and with optimism and commitment to have greater blessings. God who is the creator of all things holy will put you together – spirit, soul and body. Look back in forgiveness, forward in hope, down in compassion and up in gratitude. Point out the positive and keep the peace. Continue to praise God and forgive others as God has forgiven you. Encourage each other for God is with you, delighting over you, quieting you with His love and rejoicing over you with singing.

 

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