The Journey of Healing through Faith

Faith

FaithBrokenness is a dark time in your life and you will feel lost. In your aim of making yourself feel whole and fixed again, you will need an anchor. One that is strong enough to keep you in place, grounded and focused on your goal of getting better.

Take to mind that your faith will be the basis of your actions—so anchor them to a belief that will guide you on your journey of healing.

Knowing God

The first step to practicing your faith is knowing your God. Restoration Community Church shares that learning how much you are loved despite your brokenness and loss will give you a sense of identity.

By knowing just how much God loves you, you are able to love yourself again. An aspect most people overlook in healing, especially of themselves. Focus on your needs and help yourself get better with your faith to get you closer to where you want to be: healed.

Take to heart what the Lord has promised for you when you put your faith in Him.

Joining a Community

Be part of a community that share the same love and feelings for your God. By surrounding yourself with people that feel loved and appreciated by God, you are able to become an instrument of love and healing for others.

Helping in your time of need may be difficult and challenging, but giving yourself the chance to be an instrument of hope and love to others will slowly help you heal, too.

Aside from building a sense of community and camaraderie with those who know just how broken you are gives you a sense of belongingness.

Serving God

The more you invest your talents, time, effort, energy and feelings to those who are in need, the closer you are to being healed. Work with faith in your heart and God as your anchor in all things, especially in helping others.

Volunteering and serving the Lord is a way for you to love yourself even more—by finding purpose and meaning to your existence and using your talents and skills for the betterment of society.

Helping yourself heal is not enough, as you will need faith to know that you are loved and important. Love yourself and let God love you on your journey to healing.