Trust In God, Not In A Human Being
By Maame Yekua • September 1, 2015
Quite recently, i chanced upon a chat i was not meant to see, a conversation by two people i call my friends, two people i really love and care about, two Christian friends.
I got the shock of my life...
I spoke to an elderly friend who advised me to confront these friends of mine..initially i decided to but later i changed my mind and asked God to help me deal with the betrayal instead and as usual he did. Not only did he take the pain from my heart but he helped me understand that i can never put my trust in a human being.
People you love and care about may lie about you, gossip, conspire and hate you for nothing, its amazing.. but there's not much you can do about it... it's them.
There are people who only say nice things in front of you but have nothing good to say about you when you are not around yet they call themselves your friends.
All you've got to do as a child of God is to ask your father in heaven to help you deal with the situation and to let the situation teach you the lesson(s) that it's meant to teach you.. nothing happens by mistake...good or bad.
It's not easy, i have been there, but it's worth it.
So i watch them (these friends), but i thank God for letting me see people for who they are and being able to take the hurt from my heart. I feel a lot free and a lot wiser, the scales have been removed even though it was a painful process.
If you are going through any form of betrayal, you may be hurt but the best thing to do it to ask God to help you deal with it. Being bitter and unforgiving will hurt you more than heal you.
Just let go and let God.
"It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man."
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