The release of caring to a hurting soul is extending the hand of God from heaven. In the aftermath of a traumatic experience, there is no sense of good or bad; it is just loss. Bringing someone to the next step or the next day requires sacrifice and sanctum. This is where the beacon of your strength is able to guide them like a lighthouse in the midst of a tumultuous storm. Reaching out in the midst of darkness to grasp a hurting soul is a two-fold ordeal. It requires you to calm the outpouring of emotions and gain leverage through the Prince of Peace. The thought of assisting with the objective of a better life establishes purpose in one’s life. Becoming what others need in you while still being true to yourself announces to the world, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13).
Writing Healing in a Cup: Sips of Inspiration was a revelation. After all the years I had experienced loss and gain, victory through pain turned out to nurture a book inside of me. There were chapters waiting to be freed. Every test in life is an experience that chooses you. You don’t wake up in the morning looking for hurt and grievances, but it is the victory from this obstruction that salutes the God in you.
The cup of healing imparts to others what God has given you on your journey for the whole you. It is the healing of the spirit, body, and soul.