Sometimes the only thing you can do is do what’s right for you. If they ain’t hearing you, do what you gotta do. When they ask you why are you so distant just look at them and say why weren’t you there when i needed you the most. Past loves never worked out, abused, used, mistreated. They didn’t know how to love me, i gave my all to them until there was nothing else left of me to give.
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Have you ever noticed that the way you speak match the right person you are? yah, words have power. The tongue, even though among the smallest of all the members of the body (James 3:5) can do the most damage. I remember hearing words like “You can’t do that. You’ll never amount to nothing. You are so worthless” and those words stuck long and went deep. The old saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me” is completely untrue. Wounds from sticks and stones can heal but often words wound us deeper than any superficial wounds and are sometimes next to impossible to heal. (more…)
HOW PUTTING GOD FIRST CAN RESTORE AND FIX YOUR BROKEN RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR FRIENDS OR ANYONE FOR THAT MATTER AND WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE GOD FIX YOUR BROKEN RELATIONSHIP
Surrender to the competent authority. God is the creator of the universe. The Bible tells us that God heals, restores and gives life, even to relationships that seems dead and hopeless.
Just like our lives overall, our spiritual lives can easily be compared to that of a roller coaster. It seems that when we go to church on Sundays we are at our spiritual high, but by the time Wednesday rolls around we return to a spiritual low.
Christians are known for doing some good things: helping the poor, feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, uplifting the broken, fighting for justice and many other acts of love.
But Christians are also known for having bad habits and the following are a few habits that every Christian should break out of;
“In the morning, O Lord, You will hear my voice; In the morning I will order my prayer to You and eagerly watch”. – Psalm 5:3