For whatever reason – the relationships we form with people as we travel our journey come and go.

Oh yes, we’ve all have those ones that we thought would last a lifetime, however – they’re now broken or lost and the wounds require loving care in order to heal.

Any close relationship requires letting go of idealistic expectations and unrealistic demands.

There will be times when we simply need to let go in order to grow.

And in doing so, we have to remember one thing: no matter which way if falls we must forgive. It’s the act that releases the other person and the only way for us to find that inner freedom we so need and desire.

And no sweet friends, it’s not an option – it’s a must.

The truth is – when we forgive we’re able to realize just how much God has forgiven us – we’re able to see others’ failures with eyes of mercy, and, we are able to see our own feelings of love, anger, bitterness and even vindictiveness realistically – while yes – investing in our own personal growth rather than dealing with something that’s dead.

We must always and forever look back at the good and reflect on the growth – and simply remember – we have a choice to become better or bitter.

Let’s choose the better.

We are loved by love Himself. He loves us big and He loves us strong, and yes – love wins period

“Whoever says he abides in Him ought to walk in the same way in which He walked” 1 John 2:6″

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