Break ups are part of relationships. Sometimes love fades away, families turn against or nature separates two people from the closeness of their hearts.
Whatever the cause, break ups are the most saddened moments and could possibly render some people dead, useless, unable to love again or completely deranged especially when the victim(s) is caught helplessly in love.
Most people end up becoming aggressive when a relationship ends abruptly, forgetting how deeply they were in love. There are lots of people who became victims of intense pain due to the feeling of rejection because they didn’t have money, their looks were unaccepted by their lover’s friends, long distance relationships that weren’t nurtured, family disapproval etc.
Love on its own is a pain, that is why Jesus Christ came to suffer on earth just to wash our sins away. He fulfilled the desires of our father in heaven when he went through that hardship. This same love is what God wants us to have towards our fellow human beings. He entreats us to follow his steps if we truly want to be like him.
Proverbs 3:3-4: “Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart. Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man.”
1 John 4:16: “And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.”
The scriptures above emphasize the God-kind of love that is possible in our lives if we give ourselves a chance. God wants us to accept everything with the perception that He was the one who permitted it. It pays to forgive and walk in love.
In case you are struggling with a break up this Valentine season, find a new love that can make you happy; an interesting book, a game and most importantly read more about love in the bible, it is the best therapy so far.
The Lord shall come in for you, just stay call.
Allow God to do his work whiles you work on becoming a better person.