Under The Great Physicians Care

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There is no pain like the emotional pain of a divorce or separation. I wish this type of scar on no one. I think the key to going through the ending of a relationship successfully is trusting God. I have firsthand knowledge of the hopelessness, the despair, the loneliness, and the “grief” that comes with mourning the loss of a significant other.However, looking back on the situation I see (to a degree) more clearly now that even with the demise of my relationship, God was miraculously working. Truthfully, I wasn’t trusting Him at the time. In fact, I was somewhat angry with Him. I thought I knew what I wanted. I thought I knew what I needed. But now, I thank my God that things turned out the way they did. When I was blinded by emotion, believing that God was making a mistake, I now see that He was protecting me from a horrible, horrible situation. And with all that I thought I was losing, God gave me 10 times, 50 times, 100 times more!

Looking back, I see God as the Great Physician who upon examining me, found a malignant growth. A growth that needed to be removed before the cancer spread and caused more harm than it already had. So He scheduled me for emergency surgery that was to be performed immediately. I had no say in the matter. He went in and removed the cancerous tumor (relationship) which left a huge scar over my heart. Along with the surgery came chemotherapy which left me weak and nauseated. But slowly and surely I got stronger. The scar faded. And most importantly I’m still alive! Once I was healthy, God graphed into my life the one whom He intended for me from the beginning of time. He put my life back on the correct course (relationship wise) and He showed me what love…His kind of love was all about. Thank you Father!

If you’re single and your heart is yearning for a life partner, or if you’re scheduled for relationship surgery and you’re scared about the outcome pray this prayer with me..

Father, I thank you that you love me. That I’m the apple of your eye. I thank you that you have my wellbeing at heart and that you would never do anything to harm me. I trust you in the situation I’m in now. I hurt. I’m in pain. I intentionally make you the Lord of this situation and I know that whatever happens, I will come out on the other end better for having experienced what I’m experiencing now. I love you, I have faith in your Word, but I also trust you Father. I thank you for victory in every area of my life including this one, in Jesus Name.

Then lie back in your hospital bed and watch the miracle of healing take place that God will orchestrate in your life.


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