Find the Good in Goodbye


Let go.
Move on.
Don’t hold on.
Shut up.

More often than not, something ending, whether a relationship, a job, a situation, or life, is God’s way of teaching us many lessons. I believe that God brings us out of comfort zones to bring us to a place where He can bless us more. This I’ve proven many times in my life as a single woman, as a daughter, as a wife, and now, as a mother.

The end of a matter is better than its beginning,
and patience is better than pride.
(NIV) Ecclesiastes 7:8

I used to fear the end of something but I realized that I have to face the many realities in life. I cannot simply hold on to the past. I hope to develop this attitude—grateful to God no matter what the circumstance.

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