Don’t be a heartbreaker

heartbreakerIt breaks God’s heart when you say you are “forever alone” and you don’t have anyone who is there for you. God has never left your side since the moment you were born and He’s walking with you every step of the way until you meet Him face to face.

It breaks God’s heart when you look at your future and deem it hopeless. God has a great plan and future planned for you. A future where you will prosper and find hope in Him for every area of your life.

It breaks God’s heart when you say nobody loves you. God sent His one and only son to die on a cross because of His great love for you.

It breaks God’s heart when you say you love him. But you pass Him by every day and don’t stop to spend some time alone in His presence.

It breaks God’s heart when you feel like you have to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders. God offers to carry our burdens for us and give us rest but it won’t happen until we hand it all over to Him.

It breaks God’s heart when we look at a situation in our life and say that a way out is “impossible”. With God absolutely anything is possible.

It breaks God’s heart when we spend sleepless nights worrying about the days ahead of us. God promises to provide for every single one of our needs and to trust Him for everything.

It breaks God’s heart when we try to figure out life’s greatest questions by searching for answers on google. God wants us to come to Him to receive guidance for the unknown road ahead of us.

It breaks God’s heart when we choose to live our life by the desires of our flesh. He has given us the power through His Holy Spirit to rise above our flesh and live a new life that glorifies Him in all we do.

It breaks God’s heart when we have enough time during our day to be on facebook and catch up on our favorite tv show, but we have “no time” for Him.

I don’t want to break God’s heart. Do you?

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2 thoughts on “Don’t be a heartbreaker

  1. What a great perspective. Is there something in our life that is breaking God’s heart? A good question to ask each and everyday. Forces believers to examine themselves and reminds them to keep choosing the narrow road.

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