Just Get Over It.
Jump over it.
Put all your problems, thoughts, feelings and emotions in a bag. Tie it up. Walk over it.
It’s just that simple.
Processing what your feeling is far too complex. So get over it.. whatever that means.
Act like it never happened.
Your feelings weren’t ever real.
Pretend like he didn’t touch your heart.
You didn’t welcome him as a temporary resident in your void.
Crack after crack. Crevasse after crevasse. You didn’t let him “fill you up” or sit on your throne.
You never cared about him.
Hey, just get over it.. it’s that simple.
A flawed belief to say the least.
“Just get over it.” What does that even look like?
Masking the pain doesn’t solve the problem, it only stimulates the growth of unhealthy roots.
Bitterness, anger, rage. Brewing, stewing, then you start spilling tea wailing, “he hurt me.”
“I wish it never happened. I wish I didn’t feel this way. I wish..”
Well, it’s about time you stop wishing and face reality.
Don’t “get over it.”
It’s not that easy. It wasn’t meant to be.
You can’t wrap your problems in a bow and throw them out.
Walk through it.
Allow God to work through you as He strengthens you in your weakness.
He wants to take His rightful place in your life as ALPHA and OMEGA. Beginning and the end. The one who fills EVERY void. Guards EVERY heart. Gives ALL joy. Restores. Renews. Redeems.
Now what does that MEAN?
Christian-ese is the easiest cover-up language. We throw a spiritual sounding sentence in your face hoping that it’ll heal.
And it will.
I promise it will.
We’ve learned that there’s no one greater than God, so if you can’t fix yourself, Who else can, but God?
Walk through it spirit-strong.
Be gentle with your words.
Have those extremely uncomfortable conversations.
God heals. He’s just waiting for you to ALLOW him.
Allow him through prayer, worship and praise. Turn it up a notch. Don’t be lazy. Your heart depends on it.
Grace, love and peace ️
But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. – 2 Corinthians 12:94