I am done feeling hurt over the “weeds” that God has pulled from my life. I will now concentrate on enjoying the “flowers” in my life.
Sometimes the weeds God pulls out of our lives is a painful experience.
Sometimes even the weeds have some colorful, but misleading flowers on them.
Let God pull them anyway.
Sometimes the weeds are easy to pull and let go of, but sometimes they are stubborn, deep-rooted and we are not sure we want Him to take them.
Be assured, if He is pulling them, He needs to take them.
Focus on the flowers left behind in your life.
The process of getting to the beautiful flowers may be painful and difficult, but in the end, when all that’s left is the flower, you will see how much it is worth it.
Let go of the weeds, whatever or whoever they are.
Let God pull them.
Let flowers bloom in those empty spots left behind.
I went past the field of a sluggard,
past the vineyard of someone who has no sense;
31 thorns had come up everywhere,
the ground was covered with weeds,
and the stone wall was in ruins.
32 I applied my heart to what I observed
and learned a lesson from what I saw. Proverbs 24:31-32