Sometimes letting go is the most God-honoring thing we can do.
Having to face a devastating end to a relationship doesn’t make you a failure. It also doesn’t make you an epic disappointment as a Christian. On the contrary, sometimes the most God-honoring thing we can do is let go of what is so that we can experience the hope of what could be.
If you’ve struggled to determine when it’s time to make necessary changes, felt like saying goodbye goes against the best of who you are or grieved the loss that comes from a relationship ending … you’re not alone.
This resource is not permission to peace out or tap out in the midst of relational difficulties, but it will help you discern when a goodbye should be considered if the relationship is too detrimental.
When you sign up to receive
“Can a Goodbye Ever Really Be Good? 3 Days To Process Your Next Step”
by Lysa TerKeurst, you’ll be equipped to:
- Better process the memories attached to a hard relationship by intentionally releasing your hurt through daily devotions and prayers.
- Maintain the best of who you are by understanding that you’re not walking away from the relationship but rather acknowledging the painful realities of the situation.
- Debunk the myth that goodbyes can’t be done in a God-honoring way, and apply specific scriptures that will show you how.