June 13, 2017

How To Bounce Back From A Hurt?

by Jennifer Johnson (author's profile)


How to bounce back from a hurt?

Relationships, friendship, stranger acquaintance, family co-worker and church hurt

I know you like wow, so how do you recover? In order to answer that I have to share a little about me. I've encountered the jealousy, gossiping, cheating, physical and mental abuse - people wanting to control me. When they seen I had a mind of my own things would be said and done to me that was hurtful. These individuals tried to make me feel like I was wrong for speaking up. Some of these relationship I had invested my all into it. Some of these relationship was the people who was my own blood. Let's go over a few of my worst hurts what laid to bounce back.

(1) My mom didn't want me at birth. So she did all kinds of hurtful things to me during my growing up and as adult. She spread false rumors, tried to get me fired off jobs, put witchcraft in my yard and apartment, put me in prison, not only does she do hurtful things to me but she has put my cousin them in prison. Which they are better towards her. So how has I handle the hurts and mad woman on the inside of my mother.
My great grandma taught me tho at an early age

Mt.5:32 First step in restoring relationship
Are your actions today helping your relationships grow stronger or are you tearing it apart?

Mt.6:14,15 It is easy to ask God for forgiveness, but difficult to grant it to others. Whenever we ask God to forgive us for sin, we should ask ourselves, "Have I forgiven the people who have wronged me?"

Mt.5:23,24 Broken relationships can hinder our relationship with God and create problems with yourself personally if we have a problem or grievance with a relationship we should resolve the problem as soon as possible. Our attitudes toward others reflect our relationship with God and us as individuals.

don't withhold it from others Mt18:35
Because God has forgiven all our sins, we should not withhold forgiveness from others, realizing how completely Christ has forgiven us should produce a free and generous attitude of forgiveness toward others, when we don't forgive others, we are setting ourselves outside and above Christ's law of love.



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