Oh, to be able to move forward – to not hurt so bad you can’t function, to not have the tears that won’t stop coming….to feel normal again would be soo great.
It’s the goal, the hope, it’s the thing you pray for and it’s starting to happen, but wait, does moving forward mean you forget your loved one?
If it does, then you’re not sure you want to move forward!! Not only is the idea of forgetting them sickening, it’s also a great way to feel guilty! What kind of person would you be if you move on without them and what feels like forgetting the impact they made in your life?
What you are going through – where you are it’s a sign of progress but you will have to come to terms with it so you won’t feel guilt and so you don’t forget your loved one. That’s what we’ll talk about today!
WORD of the Week And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast. I Peter 5:10 NIV
Song of the Week – Moving Forward by Hezekiah Walker https://youtu.be/JO4ISkFGrEs
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