6 Ways to Help You From Drowning in Disappointment

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16 Responses

  1. Cathy Metzger says:

    May our disappointments propel us forward.

  2. Lynn says:

    That’s so true about isolation too. Our disappointments can feel shameful especially if we let pride creep in. Great battle points!

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Lynn, I am convinced when we isolate ourselves we are giving the enemy ample opportunity to mess us up! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Scarlett says:

    Disappointments are hard but I find that meditation and talking about it help me the most.

  4. Christy says:

    Love this so much! <3 We should press into God in disappointment. Imagine how disappointed Joseph was when he was sold into slavery, or Moses when he didn't get to enter the promise land. But all of their disappointment had a part in God's plan.

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Yes, Christy! Just because it isn’t how WE planned it doesn’t mean that God doesn’t know what He is doing 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  5. andi says:

    I find that prayer helps SO much!

  6. Mamaguru says:

    These are excellent. Something I also do is just give it time. I was devastated by the election, but I just sort of stepped back and let my feelings run their course. I’ve noticed such a change over the last week. I think by not forcing myself to snap out of it, I was able to experience the healing powers of Grace.

  7. Toni Ryan says:

    “The world will always leave you with the taste of bitterness, but God will always satisfy if we choose to trust.” Love this Sheila!!! You are spot on with this!

  8. trenara says:

    Thank you for this morning inspiration!

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