Seasons Come and Seasons Go
We do not go through seasons alone. God walks with us through our pain.
In life we go through many seasons. No one season is like another. No one season produces in us the exact same result nor do we get the exact same outcome as one(s) before or one(s) to come. Each are different. Some are full of joy and excitement in life while others are full of trial and struggles. Some have much happiness. And others much sorrow and pain. Some come with us embracing life to the fullest while others have us wanting to give up on life. In some, we are fully aware of what we're up against and know how to "ride the waves" yet, in others, we bring with us an attitude of "just let the waves consume us." And there are those seasons where we feel no one around us cares but also know too we have an army of individuals who stand with us, stand in the gap for us, carry us along, and who are just present! And it is that - It is just presence - that has the ability to help us turn the tide of whatever season we may be in!
We do not go through seasons alone. God walks with us through our pain. He carries us when we are unable to stand. He's a guiding light in the darkness of our heart, soul, and mind. He brings healing like none other and He creates in us an unwavering, undeniable desire to stay with Him.
“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland." — Isaiah 43:18-19
What I can tell you about a season of God's healing is that, slowly but surely, healing the pain and hurt will take place. In the process we learn lessons of who we are and we will begin to acknowledge the path (we all have one) created by God. My encouragement to you is never veer from God's path, no matter how you feel. Just know that sometimes we're redirected along that path that is best for us.
We're each on a journey. The first is into relationship with God. The second is to discover who we are. And each work with the other. It is in finding God, we find ourselves.