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12 “Even now,” declares the LORD,
“return to me with all your heart,
with fasting and weeping and mourning.”
13 Rend your heart
and not your garments.
Return to the LORD your God,
for he is gracious and compassionate,
slow to anger and abounding in love,
and he relents from sending calamity.
This started to be written at 2:30am.
I wasn’t able to sleep, a situation was bothering me so much, that I couldn’t even close my eyes.
Tears fell, and heartache set in…I was such a mess!
I know it had a lot to do with the hormonal issue of the month, no surprise there, but I knew something much deeper was getting under my skin.
I walked over and picked up my bible, and closed my eyes, and held it to my chest.
Tears stayed constant. I could hardly see the pages at I turned them.
I came to Joel 2:12-13
And the words out my mouth to God were this: ” Lord, Heal me of this for good.”
Right then, as I read all the way through. God spoke loud and clear.
” I have already healed you from this, it is YOU grieving it.”
So I sat there, and I thought for a moment. How naive I was.
If you have followed the blog then you know that I have been through quite a lot over the summer, and the result up until now has been so beautiful.
Facing my past, standing in the present.
We have to learn that there is a big difference between being healed and grieving our past.
If you think of that situation, and there is still conflict, then you haven’t been healed from it.
For me, however, luckily, not the case.
The Enemy wants to get his paws on us; and he will try every way possible.
Resist him, and he will go away.
That means when you feel like your in complete despair focus for a moment, and see where the source is. More than likely, it is already somewhere you have been.
And your flesh just wanted to come to visit the grave.
But that’s all.