A Healthy Approach to Dealing with Betrayal

This is something we all have gone through at one time or another…..I wanted to share Heather’s words for today….this is so amazing!!

Heather Quiroz

But the fruit of the Spirit is love….(Galatians 5:22).

Have you ever had someone offer you fake love? Offering loving words to your face, but then, at the blink of an eye, they turn right around and betray you? If you have, I totally understand.
 
There is a part of me, even still, that asks God for a fuller redemption of that, wondering when and if He’s going to do it. Then there’s another part of me that says, “Heather, let it all go. Let the memories of those moments go and release them in time and space to your Heavenly Father who is working all things together for your good and for His great purpose.”
 
Betrayal is false love in the most insidious form. It’s devastating because you thought you trusted a person only to find out that the person loved themselves more than you But, you…

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One thought on “A Healthy Approach to Dealing with Betrayal

  1. This is good. I believe you sent it before. A healthy reminder to let go and let Jesus be not just our Savior but also the only one who can met out true justice with a forgiving spirit. We should never trust in our ability to see clearly when we are either hurt personally or possibly hurting another though unintentional. I sure hope your son is healing Sandy. Love you.

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