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Let Your Tears Flow


Some people refuse to express or show any outside emotions, which is not healthy. Bottled up feelings, hidden emotions are not healthy for you or your heart. .Hiding your emotions will eventually lead to anger, anxiety, sleepless nights, and unsettled issues within yourself.


It’s okay to cry and let the tears flow. I tend to cry at times when I reflect on good times, bad times, when I worship and praise God and just overall in his presence. I used to be so tough and strong and I always thought that if you cry it’s a sign of weakness and actually it’s quite the opposite. Letting your tears flow is an expression of release and vulnerability.


God created us with tear glands and the ability to cry which means there are times in life when we need to cry (weep). I was broken hearted because a relationship had ended even though it was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. I was still sad and released all of my emotions and I cried tears of joy and pain all at the same time, and I didn’t hold back. I allowed myself to feel it, express it and release it whenever I needed to.

God is close to the broken hearted, and God definitely helped me to heal as I walked through that situation in my life.


Tears are a part of the process when you are healing and or hurting. Pour out your heart and soul to God. He is waiting to heal and help you Talk to God about it so that you can move forward with your life. God wants us to be healthy, whole, and healed. God does not want us walking around with strife, discontentment, unsettled emotions, sadness, and unhappiness in our heart and mind .


No matter what you are going through, ask God to help you deal with it in a healthy way and a Godly way. Cry whenever you need to, knowing that it is only for a season and start the healing process. As you walk with God and get to know him better, he will turn your pain into great joy and purpose.


Sincerely,

Tamara


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