We shed tears at a variety of moments. Whether it’s the birth of a new baby, or devastating news one could find themselves crying. Tears are a way that we express ourselves. Let’s take a quick moment to discuss, “Tears.”
When was the last time you found yourself shedding some tears? Was it out of complete joy or was your heart broken? There are times tears can just flow and we may not be able to express how we feel at that moment. Whether you found yourself shedding tears for good or bad news be thankful you were able to let out your tears.
Recently, I found myself overwhelmed with tears. First, from an incredible timely word of encouragement experiencing an incredible answer to prayer then seeing a dear loved one suffer from a condition and the need for possible surgery. God knows what each of our days will hold and it’s important we find our strength in Him. He is the one true source of peace and comfort. He understands our tears whether in joy or discouragement.
I encourage you to express yourself and allow the tears to flow. Please don’t hold them in. Of course, do it privately if necessary but let them flow. There is release with tears and a sense of cleansing with every teardrop. Remember even if you don’t have words, tears are understood by God.
Share your stories. I love hearing from each of you. You’re encouraging others as you share. Thank you for taking moments with me.
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8 thoughts on “TEARS”
I love this. I cry for both happy and sad reasons.
Natalie so sorry to hear about that. Always here if you ever need to talk.
And yes, agree with you on that. I love how you do these topics on your blog. Xx
Isa A. Blogger
I appreciate you Isa! Thank you so much for taking moments to read and share your comments. ☺️
Thank you for this post. I rarely shed tears but this made me in realize that crying doesn’t make me weak but stronger.
I am so glad to hear you were encouraged! Thank you for sharing your thoughts and taking a moment to read my blog. ☺️
That’s right shedding tears does not make you weaker but stronger. Thank you so much for taking a moment to read and share your thoughts. ☺️
I used to cry so much more, but I don’t let things get to me as much now. I find more joy these days is all things.
The last time I cried, it was sad tears because I was unable to make it home to my nieces first birthday. My husband is in the military, and we were recently relocated to Washington state. My family lives in New York, and with the cost of plane tickets in May, it just didn’t make sense. It was sad, but FaceTime made it a little bit easier. Good news is, we’ll be seeing our families in August when it’s cheaper to travel. 💛