The Best Way To Get It Out, Is To Pray It Out

Photo Credit: Danielle Moler, "I Love Glitter"  Photo Content: Erika Glenn; I found this photo on the "Backgrounds" application for Androids.

Photo Credit: Danielle Moler, “I Love Glitter”
Photo Content: Erika Glenn; I found this photo on the “Backgrounds” application for Androids.

 

It’s often hard to move past the pain of being hurt by someone but God can give you so much more if you give that pain to Him. When the memory of being wronged crosses your mind, try saying a prayer for the person that hurt you and release the experience to God. “…love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you…” (Matthew 5:44)

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2 Comments
  • Roselyn
    December 16, 2013

    Prayer is our main weapon for fighting all that life throws at us, yet is one thing that the devil holds us back from doing. I recall hearing from a teaching that said whenever we feel a sense of resistance when we want to pray, that is an indication that we need to pray. Resistance towards prayer serves as a sign that we actually a need to get it out like your message says. It means we are empty and need to restore our tank so we can continue driving and get to our designated location. John15: 7 If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. Prayer though not easy, helps us build with words so we can put the broken pieces together.Thank you for the reminder Erika!!!

    • ErikaTheEncourager
      December 16, 2013

      “Resistance towards prayer serves as a sign that we actually a need to get it out”–this right here, sums up everything! So thank you for the reminder too! Prayer truly does put the pieces back together. Thanks so much for sharing your wisdom. This is good!

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