Friday, 30th April 2021

Psalms 62:8 – Trust in God at all times, you people; pour out your hearts to Him, for God is our refuge.

What do you do with the feelings that come from disappointment in a relationship? You can’t stuff them away, because they will just pop out somewhere else.

You need to trust God and tell Him all your problems because He is your refuge.

Tell Him you are angry or disappointed or that you feel nothing. In those times when you feel nothing, when you feel like you’ve lost the love, go to God and tell Him that and then trust Him. Hebrews 10:23 teaches us, “We can trust God to do what He promised”. And He promises to pour His love into our hearts.

Love is a feeling, but it is also an action. And when you lose the feeling to love someone, move forward with the action of loving them, and that will help you reclaim your feelings of love.

We all lose the feeling to love at sometime. It usually happens when we decide to live with a problem instead of talking it out or openly facing it. Start by telling God your feelings about the problem. From there, He can begin to give you the strength to talk to your loved one about it. As you do this, God will begin to restore your feeling of love for that person.

Whether you are a husband or a wife who needs to let go of a disappointment or misunderstanding or if you need to accept the differences you have with a close friend or a family member, I pray that God will begin to bring back your joy.

But it’s a process, and it begins when you decide to trust God and tell Him your feelings and when you choose to carry on with the action of love even when you’ve lost the feeling of love.

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