A time of the heart being broken is a time to reflect on who your pillar of strength is. Looking to the Lord for consistent strength will help and encourage your heart to believe and have faith that love exists in all forms, and that this love can heal your heart. Keep it open and keep the love for others flowing toward them. The moment this stops, the true meaning of life will dwindle, and you will remain at a disease until healing commences.
Keep with you the grief that you feel after a love has gone. Remember that without grief, there was no love in the first place. Love teaches us to care, to put one before yourself, and to implement the teachings of the Lord into our relations. This is true evidence that you value love and want others to value it alongside you.
Use the Bible to help you search for answers that can put your heart in a good place. Keep it intact with prayer and promise, and in return I will be your savior, and My love for you will encourage your heart to grow and accept the love of another in good times.
There is no love comparable to that of Mine. I am the Lord, and as God is the creator, your heart is in safe hands. My loving blessings reach out to you in your hour of need, and My hope is that your hour turns to minutes, and the seconds as your heart is charged by my loyalty to you. If loyalty is something you need, you can consistently find it in my teachings, and keep them close to you always.
I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me (John 14:6). This is something of value to recall during times that you feel lost, or unappreciated. If a loved one has let you down, or left your path sparse of emotion, feel the love of the Lord, and know that My way should become your focus. Instill the love you have with nowhere to go unto Me, and I will treasure it and gift it back to you through eternal love without condition.
A man without self-control is like a city broken into and left without walls (Proverbs 25:28.) Find the control you lost when your pain began and apply it to your future with all the faith you have.
When you are in the depths of pain, you must remember that you are not alone for a moment. Whilst there may be no tangible hand to take yours, the hand of the Lord is always available through silent moments and connection. Use your solitude to gain traction for a new chapter, a new dawn and a new day.
There is a strange value to unkindness that comes from being the forgiver. Without forgiveness, there is no value. In times of struggle, you will find My love, and in My love, you will find the answers. Give those who need it water, give those who refuse it, love anyway. They will do with it what they will, but in your giving, they will receive the kindness they themselves need.
Strength is brown from pain. Resilience is not enjoyable to earn, but it is fruitful to offer when difficult times come to you in the future. Remember love comes and stays where it is welcomed and wanted, if your heart is open in the first place.
Love hurts when it is meaningful. When you attach yourself to a concept of love, you keep the narrative that it is forever in your heart. If it was not meant to be this way, the Ego would hold onto the pain and use it as a weapon for future interests. Down your weapons, listen to the Lord, and keep yourself in a healthy frame of mind using prayer and practice.
“The love from others shines bright for you, but this love is not something you need.”