Your Jesus Message of the Day: Healing Comes from A Prayer, and Starts with Belief in Jesus

Proverbs 19:5

A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who breathes out lies will not escape.

You all have the power to forgive. It is in the forgiveness of others that you seek a life of peace. Healing from betrayal may not seem easy, but the alternative is to choose a life of resentment and pain. This pain will not be healed by either my strength, or yours. The armor you wear will not allow you to escape the false acts of another, but it will trap you in your belief that forgiveness does not exist.

Philippians 4:13

I can do all things through him who strengthens me.

In the Bible, you are given an opportunity to learn and understand what it means to forgive, and to offer yourself fully to the process of healing through forgiveness. In doing all things, you are allowing yourself to be fruitful under the name of the Lord, and to use His guidance as a way to achieve all blessings.

Under the word of the Bible love those who do you wrong, for they need love more than anything. Their acts are based on the lack of love and compassion they have for themselves, and if you choose to hate, you choose to enhance their feelings toward themselves. This will only encourage their quest for self-destruction.

Jesus and Betrayal

If you hate, you fall away. If you fall away, you are disconnected from the possibility that you can live in harmony with all, even those who do you wrong. Seek their reasons why, but do not allow yourself to be in harm’s way. Love all, and all who wrong you. It is only in love that we can teach and cherish.

In the Bible, you see that, ‘For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God’ (Romans 3:23). Are you saying you do no wrong? Are you questioning your own value of betrayal? There is no perfection when it comes to hurting another, if there was, then there would be no pain. We know of it, we see it, and we experience it. Pain is all a sin, and healing is glory.

The Bible reveals that, ‘Their throat is an open grave; they use their tongues to deceive.’ ‘The venom of asps is under their lips.’ (Romans 3:13). For what the actions of others expel, the pain of the receiver weighs heavy. This weight shalt not be passed to those who receive, but to the person offering the betrayal. Their tongues are used to do harm, and their actions shall be what finds them being judged under God.

What Jesus Does for You

Facing Betrayal Alone

As your Lord Savior, I am one and all. The notion of abandonment is only felt by those who refuse to look up and sense my presence, energy and teachings. In those dark nights where you feel destitute, may the face of my love rejuvenate your belief that betrayal must be faced alone.

Learning The Value of Betrayal

There is value in betrayal, and that is the just response from you. Learning to understand that you are not what happens to you, but you are how you deal with it. Learn through the Bible and its verses that betrayal is not for you to judge, but for you to accept, heal and move on. It is with respect that you find your values, and in your values, you find your limits. Let the pain caused by others be your limit, but do not limit your heart to no one.

Allowing Betrayal to Strengthen You

Strength derives from the idea that you can and will achieve a new outlook on betrayal. The option you think you have is to wallow and dwell on what happens to you, but it is in my strength that I shall receive your pain and heal you over time. Use what you know to grow to good advice, and keep what you must not accept, away from you in prayer and in person.

Stay In My Love

Your enemy is not sent to taunt you. It is sent to teach you. If you do not bear his teachings, he will return and apply more pain until you are able to rise above it. See this as a love of mine to stay in and approve yourself under God’s love. Allow yourself the gift of healing, and healing will obey you under the name of the Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit.

1 John 4:8

Dear Friends, let us love one another for love comes from God.

“Let all you do be carried with and in love.”