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Sustained in Love

I was broken.

The lonely winds poured over my broken heart.  

I was left by my first love, the only man I had ever shared any of myself with, the man that held me and whispered to me, that fought for me and walked with me and I with him through retched rains and painful storms.

But he had found another…and my first love was gone, never to return again.

I was so devastated I could hardly breathe without pain, not a moment of peace came into my days, or my nights.  I was sleepless with nightmares, not eating and my will to even live had grown quite faint.

I didn’t know how I would go on.  I wasn’t sure how I would even live again with joy, with any real laughter in my heart.  My heart felt dead, pulseless, but the Lord had other plans for me.

He brought me visions for my gifting’s I had never seen before; He woke me up to my potential and gave me a vibrant vision to immediately grab hold of and dive into with all I had.

The Lord saved me from my devastation…He orchestrated the moment to open that gate for me, for it had never opened in the past no matter how hard I tried.

Looking back at the recent months, I can see that all things do in fact, work together for good to those who love God.

The relationship I had held with my first love was a tiring one, and not flowing with much healthy sustenance.  When that relationship left me it felt as though my very arm was being torn away from my body.  It hurt like few things have in my life.  But I realize now that God had to break it in order to move me onto my next place of abundance.

The break was an act of love to save me from a life of mediocrity and complacency.

The Lord came in and sustained me through the break…through the bleeding, through the pain…he fed me life and hope and vision; sustenance for my heart to beat again.

He sustained me; He brought me back to life.

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