Yes! There Is Love After Loss!

When you're coming out of a marriage relationship that ended through divorce or death, the recovery process will take time, patience, acceptance and honesty.

The pain of loss is very real, and that coupled with feelings of guilt, blame, anger, disappointment and unforgiveness can get you stuck in a place of grief or bitterness. But if you want to move forward with your life, these things must be resolved.

This journey to wholeness is essential for your own emotional and spiritual well-being. If you don't adequately deal with these issues and make peace with your past, these problems will carry over and negatively affect a new relationship.

Yet, even as you allow God to work on your heart and as you grow and learn from your past experiences, you may not experience a total sense of restoration, until love has been fully restored back into your life.

If it was your purpose and destiny to be a spouse before your previous relationship ended, then that purpose is still a part of who you are. It's written on your spiritual DNA. If you know you flow  better as a married partner because that's where you best thrive, then you won't feel "complete" because you're not fully walking in your purpose, according to God's divine design for your life.

Therefore, while you're looking inward and letting God heal and fix you from the inside out, be free to look to the future, as you believe God to restore the promise of love in your life!

There's nothing wrong with asking God to satisfy you with love again! Just be sure you take the time to get whole and get prepared to embrace love in a way that will bless your life and honor God!

I love the Message version of 
Psalms 90:14-15~

"Surprise us with love at daybreak;
Then we’ll skip and dance all the day long.
Make up for the bad times with some good times; 
We’ve seen enough evil to last a lifetime."

Now, that's a good word!




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