Sunday, March 18, 2012

Stop the Pain, NOT Your Life! 4


Summary:

1.  Matured friends/spiritual leaders have a part to play by holding up your hand when you are down and tired.

2.  You have a part to play by bracing yourself up, letting go, forgiving, learning from the past and hanging in there in God’s presence never letting him go. As Jacob told that angel he wrestled with “I will not let you go, unless you bless me”. Don’t let go of His presence. You need it….it’s your lifeline!

3.  God has a part to play which He will never fail to do. He is faithful. He is the Restorer, and He gives BEAUTY FOR ASHES!


Sometimes I look back, and I wonder to myself how I ever went through that ordeal without going on leave from work, or going crazy. I had to leave my work in church for a while because at that time I was a minister for married women and I had just lost a marriage, so I felt I didn’t have anything to offer them at that time. I later came back after a month to join the work force and this decision blessed my life tremendously because we shall SERVE the Lord our God, and He shall bless our bread and our water and take sickness away from our midst. All Glory to God!

The answers to how I went through the pain with my life not stopping are the major lessons that I have shared above. Your healing process doesn’t have to take several months or years. Some months after my experience, I was already radiating JOY, it didn’t take too long after then, I was bubbly and jumping all over the place. Even my colleagues at work could not understand what had come over the usual ‘quiet me’. I was more alive; the dead look was gone and gone forever. Praise God!!!
Today as I write, several months down the line, I am free of every pain and regret, and my life has progressed remarkably, and it can only get better. 2 Cor. 1: 3-4 says “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulations, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. I have received this comfort, and I constantly run to Him…and so I can tell you this: Don’t let this pain kill you or make your life stop my dear, maintain the right attitude and you will give birth to more in the future than you have lost in the past. (I learnt that statement from a book I read by Joel Osteen) – Becoming a Better you! A must read for every believer, I must say. Joel Osteen made a statement that changed my life, marked my mind and stayed with me. He said “I don’t believe that divorce is God’s best. Unfortunately, sometimes it is unavoidable, when all the options are placed on the table, divorce sometimes is the ‘best’ option there is to follow at that time, else a destiny destroyed, a life crushed or worsened and more havoc caused. If you have been through a divorce, understand that God still has another plan for your life. Just because someone rejected you or walked out of your life and left you hurt, doesn’t mean you should retreat and settle where you are. That rejection or failure of a marriage doesn’t change what God has put on the inside of you. It doesn’t mean that you cannot be happy. When one door closes, if you will keep the right attitude, God will open another door. But you have to do your part and keep pressing forward”.

In conclusion, don’t add to the population of the bitter people we have on earth you deserve a better life. Rise up and brace yourself. No pain is worth you dying, no pain is worth you losing your mind, no pain is worth you losing that glorious destiny of yours, no pain is worth killing that BEAUTIFUL YOU! Rise up and come out of that fire stronger, better and wiser such that your world would have no choice but to celebrate you.

If you need help or assistance to walk/work with you step by step on your specific situation or someone to talk to, kindly send an e-mail to thistooshallpass@gmail.com, someone would respond to you and we would all learn from one another and grow together, we can affect lives and be a help to our generation. God is mindful of us, and He sure will see us through. I love you all dearly, and I see a greater and better you! Rise up to the challenge, Yes we can!
For all kinds of pain, this is applicable. Is it something that you have done wrong? Is it a sin that so easily entangles you? Is it a habit? You still need to stay accountable, seek help, brace yourself and forgive yourself. Let it go and go for God’s presence like never before. Hang in there in His presence and His WORD by praying in the spirit and speaking His word. These perform wonders ICor14:4!!! Pray in the Spirit like never before and refire. James 1:19:20. You would need a lot of patience, be swift to hear and slow to speak cause so many people may judge you based on your pain, but just let it all go, and refuse to react in pain. THE SECRET TO STAYING BEAUTIFUL IS HIS WORD AND HIS PRESENCE! The beautiful story continues….........


***I am blessed to have someone share this with me, it takes experiencing pain for a lot of people to realize the truths in this message but alas, not everybody learns the lessons, even after going through trials. We still have loads of brothers and sisters harbouring hurts and pain from the past, walking in unforgiveness and being unable to let go and grow to be a better person. No matter how hard and profound what happens, it doesn't matter, your peace of mind and destiny are so much more important than the rocks life throws at you. We have a very present help to run to, He's ever faithful, ever near, ever true. Reach out to God and watch Him transform your life such that you wont even recognize it.
So this is kinda different from my usual love posts, not to worry, I'll be back at ya with some lovey dovey stuff real soon! :D


Muchos Lovos! 

12 comments:

@ilola said...

Hmmm, we appreciate your posting this. It doesn't have to be a love story, it is really uplifting.

NikkiSho said...

Read this from number 1. Thanks a lot for sharing and thank God for the lady's life.

Omoregee said...

@ilola.......thanks so much, I appreciate your following the series keenly and sharing your thoughts!

@NikkiSho......Yes o! God is gracious and merciful and faithful! Thank you for reading :)

In the midst of her said...

Hi, I just discovered your blog and it really moved me. May I suggest another tip I've learned through experience? "Ride the pain"...sometimes while in pain, we are quick to try and find something...anything to make it all better; instead we need to just lay back and let God use the pain to make us better.
It's like floating in the ocean, instead of struggling against the waves, just trust God to use it to bring you closer to him...after all he did promise that everything shall work together for our good.

Kniphe said...

Thanks for sharing. This has really blessed me. May God's grace continue to abound in your life.

Omoregee said...

@In the midst of her.......True. We look for easy n usually temporary outlets to ease our pain but if we work through the pain, we come out better and stronger.

Thank you for that tip and for becoming a faithful :)


@Kniphe........God be praised, glad to hear. Amen, I pray the same for you. Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Your blog post just move me!!I am so crazy about your blog.. I look forward to following it!!! Follow back?

xox from South Africa!!
www.cindy-saul.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Your blog post just move me!!I am so crazy about your blog.. I look forward to following it!!! Follow back?

xox from South Africa!!
www.cindy-saul.blogspot.com

Barbara1923 said...

waoh! my first time on ur blog and the very first post hit me. especially the part of bracing yourself, letting go, forgiving. learning from the past and hanging in there.
thank you so very much for sharing.

barbsiesmusings.blogspot.com

Olusola Jayeola said...

You know what struck me coming out of a failed relationship is that we tend to live the lives of others for so long and too long, that we lose ourselves atimes. God may have to make us pass through tests of strength and willpower, in order for us to open our eyes and see the light, see who we are, and above all, see HIM. Nice post.

aloted said...

this totally moved me...thanks to the writer for sharing her story...God bless her

sugarspring said...

Ure right.so ryt. Somethings happened to me in my phase of life that I was like "God!!will I survive?Sometimes bitterness tends to grow wen we're in our wilderness phase bt we shd be like d psalmist dt encouraged himself in d lord.my blog is mindshde.blogspot.com

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