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A broken heart

Now what? A definitely question asked when you have a broken heart.


Cry. Grief is a feeling and an act. Cry and cry some more. the Bible never says dry it up. Psalm 56:8 clearly states he stores our tears in a bottle, his bottle. (Look it up). Imagine how precious tears must be. Weep and weep well.


Pray. Grief needs prayer. Praying has nothing to do with changing his mind. Its trusting him, and letting him know the most earnest desires of our hearts.


Matthew 26:36-39 shows Christ calling out through prayer in his most desperate hour. Doesn't matter if you know how to pray or now, just do it. Pray that raw unscripted prayer to him, he wants to hear it.


Rest. Yes, that is a lot harder to do than type but try. We need rest. Physical and Spiritual.


Friends. Grief is not private. Unfortunately to the griever it is difficult to let someone know the pain we have. Let some walk beside you. Satan loves to make us antisocial. Go to church. You may breakdown singing a song but I guarantee it'll be okay. After all, you are human.


Cry, pray and rejoice. A broken heart it a hard thing to deal with but, we can all do it. It may take DAY. BY. DAY. It may never heal but we can try.


Matthew 11:28 "Com to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, I will give you rest...."



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The righteous perish, and no one takes it to heart;  the devout are taken away, and no one understands that the righteous are taken away to be spared from evil.  Those who walk uprightly enter into peace, they find rest as they lie in death.

Isaiah 57:1-2

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