There is Purpose in Your Pain

Painful seasons are not fun. They are filled with emotions… tears… long conversations.. what ifs.. and why nots..
They are exhausting at best.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a no pain button? Like anytime we started to feel emotional or physical pain we would just press the button and it would immediately vanish?? Someone should invent that.. they would make a fortune!
Sadly, no one has, and the pain comes. It comes without warning and there we stand stuck in the middle of so many emotions and hurting like crazy.
Everything inside of us starts screaming, but on the outside we stand freakishly still.
This feeling of pain has been all too close in certain seasons of my life. One thing that it has taught me is that though all of our pains look differently on the outside, on the inside the hurt is very much the same. The raw, ugly, painful feelings are enough to take us under.
We’re not okay.. and if we’re honest this season is harder than we’d like to admit.
But somewhere in the midst of the hard, painful realities, there is Jesus. Somewhere Between the shouting at the circumstances and the screaming at the pain, his face calms the storm.
Seasons of pain are not easy, but I’m finding that the seasons of pain somehow bring peace. The hurt somehow opens our soul to healing. So even though pain is awful, we won’t fight it. We will embrace the feelings now, so that Jesus can bring us freedom from them later.
And maybe, just maybe, the pain will bring purpose.
I know what it is like to be in a painful season. In the most painful season of my life, I found this perfect little book tucked away in the Bible that literally gave me life through the pain. Habakkuk was so relatable to me during the worst time in my life.  If you are going through a hard season you can snag your copy of m Fifteen Day Devotional: Habakkuk… Embracing the Journey through Seasons of Pain and Confusion below.
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6 thoughts on “There is Purpose in Your Pain

  1. Shruti Jha says:

    The thought of pain couldn’t have been expressed better. 🙂 I do believe that in the future there will be technological advances, so we can turn off the pain button.

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