Letting Go – The Aftermath

Webster defines aftermath as “something that results or follows from an event especially one of a disastrous or unfortunate nature consequence”. It appears that you may have lost everything; you do not know where to begin putting the pieces of your livelihood back together. What is life suppose to look like after you “let go”? What do you do next? After you have identified that there is a problem, an offense has occurred, and the results are in and it is not looking good…someone has gotten hurt and that someone is…YOU…that someone was also me. Heartache can leave you feeling emotionally paralyzed and motionless to the point you are only functioning by memory of what you do every day. Things look terrible. Allow me to share with you that there is life after the storm!

The clean-up of the shattered pieces leaves you with two choices: you can try to put things back together and the memory of everything is in distorted pieces or you can take a deep breath, let it out slowly, and trust God to restore you back to a place that will make you forget that you ever lost anything! “And I will restore or replace for you the years that the locust has eaten—the hopping locust, the stripping locust, and the crawling locust, My great army which I sent among you” (Joel 2:25 AMP). Whatever YOUR locusts have been in your life, believe God’s promise that He will “restore or replace” and God is not slack concerning His promises! Sometimes the storms of life that we face are warranted from the decisions we make and I can attest to that in my own life—that kind of restoration comes after true, Godly repentance. Do a “self-check” of your own life and ask God to show you any areas of un-repented sin and go to Him in prayer and seek forgiveness. If your storm has come by way of hurt, shame, brokenhearted, please forgive quickly, even when it hurts, and allow God to prepare your heart for restoration in the aftermath…BE FREE!

(I promise…it’s a BEAUTIFUL thing!)

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About "Ms. Gina"

I'm merely a vessel to be used by God. In covenant with the Lord Jesus. I believe the infallible Word of God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the power of the Holy Spirit! In which I am nothing without Him. Currently, residing in Orlando, Florida. I am also a budding entrepreneur to coach and motivate women in leadership, youth empowerment, and supporting women in becoming the "MORE THAN" they were designed to be and to go in and possess the land! My blogs are a conglomeration of personal experiences, things "caught and taught", and pearls of wisdom shared. I am a graduate of Nova Southeastern University with a Masters of Science in Leadership and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Come along on the journey with me...WELCOME TO MY WORLD! ~Blessings and Favor! For more info...www.imotivatesolutions.com View all posts by "Ms. Gina"

One response to “Letting Go – The Aftermath

  • Lady D

    Wheeeeewwwwww……the aftermath can be HELL! The clean up…sifting through all of the nonsense, the recounting, even reliving what used to be is a painful process……..BUT GOD! HE is a restorer, but if you do not seek HIM, HE can restore you to a peaceful place. HE knows your hurt..HE understands the hurt…BUT forgiveness and moving forward is the only answer…..

    Holding up that mirror and looking at yourself is a difficult thing to do. But I have learned that God brings things full circle. HE places people in your life to help with the “rebuilding” of yourself, but you have to be mindful and watchful of that old devil because he is watching the process as well….He is going to send in “situations, concerns, people, circumstances” that will or may get you off track, BUT GOD!….. HA!….Girl, I’ve got to stop…….HE knows me and HE knows me better than anyone else…OH how I love JESUS! I am gone!…I’m gone!

    Love you girl…Keep sending up those praises to God and HE will keep sending down HIS blessings to you! Thanks for being that encourager that we to see and hear!

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