“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” John 10:10, ESV.

“The blessing of the LORD makes rich, and he adds no sorrow with it” Proverbs 10:22, ESV.

Before you allow someone to make you so depressed that you’re thinking of killing yourself, it’s time to leave that person alone, separate yourself and move on. Before you let someone make you so angry that you want to kill them and risk going to prison, it’s time to leave that person alone, separate yourself and move on. Before you allow someone to kill you out of their own uncontrolled anger, it’s time to leave that person alone, separate yourself and move on.

Yes, you may love them dearly, but put them in the hands of Jesus and move on.

If God sent Jesus to give you life, anyone He sends to you will also give life to you and will not try to take it away from you. His blessings make you rich and He adds no sorrow with it. Be wise and surround yourself with what gives you life and not what seeks to take it away. Your life is too precious.

Prayer: Father God, I thank you for your wisdom and for the life you’ve given to me. Help me to be wise and discerning. Give me the courage to leave and separate myself from what’s trying to destroy my life. I entrust them into your hands and release them to you. Protect me Lord and cover me. I trust you Lord to lead me and guide me out of destructive relationships. I trust you to take care of me and everything I hold dear as I move forward in you. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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14 thoughts on “#TruthBecauseHeCares”

  1. Jesus hears ours prayers. He knows what we need. We must put our trust in Him. Lord guide me past this crossroad onto the right path you have laid for me amd my family.

  2. Thank you God for this word today. Us women have to be strong and not let people get us so angry that we would want to hurt them our hurt ourselves. Thank you God for discernment and keep me strong and protect me in everything In Jesus Name Amen 🕇🙏

  3. Amen! We have to use wisdom in any relationship. Our Father will protect us against evil, we just have to separate ourselves from it. Thank you for very important advice.

  4. Watching the day-old cats across the field—full of life and hope—I am filled with joy. I then see its mother, nudging it forward. I am reminded of the way God cares for us. He knows the difficult life ahead, just like this mother cat but he wants us to enjoy our time in the green pasture nonetheless (Psalm 23). He nudges us along.

    “Every age has its turn. Every branch of the tree has to learn. Learn to grow, finds its way, Make the best of this short-lived stay.” —José Gonzaleź, “Every Age”
    We all have to learn to find our way. We all have to grow. And we cannot do so when we are stagnant. We must move along. We must stand up and walk, even run, like that day-old calf. We must embrace the uncertain ground, knowing that in this field and in the next, and in the one after that, we will grow and learn. If God says it is in his will to move along—if he nudges our heart—we should do so (Luke 9:62). Yet the uncertainty of life often overwhelms us.


    If you look back at the lives of the prophets—from Moses to Elijah to Jonah—it is clear that their lives were often lived in the uncertainty. God nudged them to unknown places—from wildernesses, to mountain tops, to foreign cities—but he was there each step along the way. God gave the prophets the words to say and the provision they needed (e.g., 1 Kings 17; Jonah 4:6–7; Exodus 16).

    The prophets had to learn and grow. And in the uncertainty, God made that happen.

    Knowing the future sounds wonderful, but it would ruin the present. The future is only God’s to behold (compare Ecclesiastes 8:7).


    Growth often means pain. And growth without pain is an oxymoron. Suffering is often how God shows us himself. Suffering is part of the call to serve Jesus:

    “If anyone wants to come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me” (Matthew 16:24 LEB).

    It may be hard to hear these words, and I know from experience, that they are even harder to live. But when lived, these words will transform us.

    Think of your growing pains as a child—that summer when your legs hurt so bad that you couldn’t seem to drink enough milk. Your body was transforming. Without that pain, you wouldn’t be who you are today. This is how faith is; it is often like growing pains.

    “Count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing” (James 1:2–4 LEB).

    We know why suffering should be counted as joy, because it will change us for the better. It will draw us closer to God.

    If the mother cow didn’t nudge her calf along, it would never see the green pasture outside the barn. It would live a life that was boring, sad, and stagnant. If God didn’t nudge us along into the unknown, we would never experience the joy of others coming to Christ, of our relationships with him growing. We wouldn’t see the pierced hands of Christ for what they really are—redemption, relationship, and the freedom to know God.
    I think God for whom he has sent in my life because Jesus only knows the price I’m happy in Jesus alone. ….
    Compassionate, love, hope, faith, peace, mercy /grace
    Jesus let your will be done in our lives amen
    Have a wonderful day in Christ Jesus sister’s in Christ!

    1. Thank you! A position opened up for me and God nudged me to go for it. The interview went great and they are checking my references but they haven’t officially called me to tell me I have the job. My current boss says I have it because they don’t check references but I would like to hear- you have the job! I,am waiting on God and trusting Him because He opened this door and He nudged me so He has a plan💞 Thank You Lord that You have plans to prosper me not to harm me.

  5. Amen to this message all praise and honor to his name father I put my boys into your hands and your hands only all praises to your mighty name.god be the glory.

  6. Bless God thank you for the message. As I trust you I still wait to see what the end results going to be. Through my struggles I know you care but God I need you now to bless me financially and emotionally help me Lord in Jesus name amen

  7. I needed this message. I’ve been going through a tough time and my marriage. Things have escalated to a point where we physically harmy each other. I’m at the end of the road now. We have 2 children and recently loss one. I’m not sure what to do or what direction I should go. I haven’t told anyone, but now I can’t take anymore.

    1. Just trust God and ask Him what to do. I was in a similar situation but my ex husband and father of two sons was abusive in so ways I was in denial because I want my family to stay together. But that was not good because God has something better for you. I love this person from the age of 13 until I was 52 years old today I am in love With God more than before. I had to a decision to walk and relocate and to trust God. I was hard but is the only way I could heal and to put God back on the throne of my heart and head of my life. God is good and faithful. I had to start all over my life but God have mercy and blessed me so much better. I can’t thank God enough. I have a new place a new a new church and a new job and all this is because of God And His favor and faithfulness plus His love

  8. Thank you Lord for your blessings on each and everyone of us. Father lead us in the right path and we will follow. Thank you for all the trials in our lives that comes to make us strong. Sometimes we have to come out of situations and relationships to see the big picture, and we learn as we go along. You have to come out to walk into our blessings as God did with Abraham, Jacob and Issac, he’ll do the same for us. Amen.


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