The people that decide to fly away on their own choice let them leave you. There is a meaning to that. It was no accident for that person to leave you. I take as God’s will, let them go, and go on about my day unaffected. I figured that I didn’t need them anyway. It wasn’t in His plan. But I hope I was able to let them in on some clarity. God anointed somehow or showed them how much God loves them. There is no need to take it to 0-100%. Don’t let that person have you get hung up on their goodbye or let them make you feel less loved, blessed, or valued. Let them go! You are blessed, loved, and cherished beyond belief. When people make their choices, allow them to do so. It is also a good thing one made their choice to leave you.
Despite us living in the already world with the shattered, broken pieces of it all, we have a mission. God still shines bright through every time the sun rises. The holiness of the light that shines amongst you is the warmth and love God has for you. It’s incomparable. God loves you. There is nothing to deny or try to put two together. Even when you don’t feel like it, look like it, or even dress like it. He will love you when your heart is broken, mad, sad, confused, or depressed. He will love you when you can’t love yourself. He will cry when you can’t stop. God’s love for you cannot be understood in the human form of emotions, in the form of a language people perceive as a language of love. God wanted to be closer to you. He set out a sacrifice no other man could ever do, or die the way Jesus did and still be able to live and love us dearly. It is everlasting. He loves every person.
Our feelings may stay and hurt, but Jesus’ perfect and unconditional love can trump those feelings 20x over. His strength is perfect in weakness. His assurance is as dense as gold. Remember you are loved by the Highest in a dank, dark world, and that deserves an Amen.
The devil likes to plays games with our emotions and feelings so we have to make sure we’re girded. But sometimes our feelings can lie to us. Sometimes we shouldn’t complain about how things went and praise Him for how things didn’t go for many reasons. Let Him shut a door in your life if you don’t resist Him doing anything on your behalf. You have to trust Him every step of the way. It takes a lot to say you give your life over to Him to trust and safeguard it. I certainly do. I fear not. A door will open, but a door will close. I will not let that determine if I caused that person to leave me, though I will trust in Him that it was God that ensured I wouldn’t be hurt or be involved with unnecessary things or people. “I will give him the key to the house of David—the highest position in the royal court. When he opens doors, no one will be able to close them; when he closes doors, no one will be able to open them” Isaiah 22:22 (NLT). “When I came to the city of Troas to preach the Good News of Christ, the Lord opened a door of opportunity for me” 2 Corinthians 2:12 (NLT).
I leave you with this that you should make your choice to live in Christ, remain steadfast, follow His word, trust in His better judgment, and listen to Him. God knows you better than anyone else. For you are not always right, but His plan is. Start to feel good about yourself and stop letting the devil discourage you.