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Overcoming The Sad Moments of Romantic Journey 

There are those moments when the eyes are red, and the tears flow endlessly and you just couldn’t be consoled enough. 

For the singles, it could be those times of rejection, when the one you love walks away or you are the one who needed to walk away. Either way, the walking away is not always a pleasant experience. 

It could be those times you suddenly feel betrayed when you discover that the one you have been loving with all your life is loving another!

It could be those time when you feel neglected and it seems nobody is looking you way. 

For the married, it could be those times when all your expectations have been disappointed and what you see in marriage is far from what you think it should be.

It could be those times when you feel misunderstood and your spouse isn’t lifting a finger to understand your feelings.

It could be those times when you are so deeply hurt that it reaches to the bone and marrows, when the one you love most has broken your trust, caught red handed frolicking with the opposite sex.

Or it could just be any of the days when there are no stars and the moody mushy thing envelopes you and you don’t want to talk to anybody including GOD.

It could be times of going through mid life crisis, when all the cruises are gone and all left are crashes.

In any of those sad unhappy times, what do you do?

Sing. Rejoice. Dance. Jubilate! 

What?

Isa 54:1 (KJV) Sing, O barren, thou that didst not bear; break forth into singing, and cry aloud, thou that didst not travail with child: for more are the children of the desolate than the children of the married wife, saith the LORD.

That is what you do. Do opposite of what your flesh wants. And then, in an incredible turn of events, you will see God’s intervention and justice system in that situation and you will have victory and rejoice at the last.

Do not grumble. Do not get bitter. Do not fight back.

Leave all the fights to God. 

Rom 12:19 (MSG) Don’t insist on getting even; that’s not for you to do. “I’ll do the judging,” says God. “I’ll take care of it.”

And when you do this, get ready to rejoice, because there is a REJOICING after the rejoicing.

Shalom! Good morning!




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