If social media has become an idol, to the point where you daily – or hourly – check your following, and worry if one picture gets more likes than others, there are biblical reasons you should consider setting aside Instagram or Twitter for a season.
Broken hearts stem from loss – a loved one, a season, a job, health, a dream, a relationship, or the word wounds of a loved one. Do you ever feel like you’ve had more than your fair share of broken hearts? Here are 7 ways to heal from a broken heart that have served me well in various seasons:
It’s easy when you’re dating someone to get caught up in the emotions of the relationship. It’s new, exciting, and usually full of hope. So, it can be quite difficult to bring your head back down from the clouds and look realistically at the relationship.
Pride is simply a sin Christians can no longer ignore. Although we tend to easily recognize pride in other people, we must also search our own hearts to see if we have allowed this sin to take residence in our lives. If left unchecked, we will find that our self-centered ways will begin to impact every area of our lives.