Love From A Distance

God always knows what is best for us. God never gives us more than we can bear. God gives us courage to love from a distance. Sometimes we must stand in faith, trusting God, by taking our hands off of situations that He knows we can’t handle. We are not God. God is the only one who know the reasons behind a why.

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Hurting people hurt people. Remember “power of words” and “free will to choose”–trying to interfere when God is working–gets our feelings hurt.

Once upon a time, someone loved us from a distance. The best thing we can do is have patience and keep them lifted up in prayer. Trust God to walk them through. Drop a {{smile}} or {{hug}} in a text or email to let them know someone is thinking of them. Keep moving forward, even if there is no reply back. Remember God is in charge of the situation.

Meditate on Romans 8:28–And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

We thank God, for his continued protection, even when we don’t know or understand why. There is power in prayer!

Author: Ann V. Friend

Be The Light!

7 thoughts on “Love From A Distance

  1. Oh Ann, He has helped me through you again. Thank you for being a vessel for Him to pour out of. This post directly speaks to something that is going on right now. God bless you and love on you today!

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  2. Very good post. Someone hurt me once, and I was told to love them from a distance to keep from getting hurt. Let them know you are there but don’t leave the door open for them to walk all over you. I love from a distance.

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    1. God is awesome, because in time, he heals all wounds and makes us better than we were before 🙂 God brings life, he opens us up to see life through his eyes and we are so happy that we just shine and find ways to share our experiences with him to others 🙂 God bless you 🙂

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