When you are grieving, you need to know one thing: no one understands.
No one knows how much you cry. No one knows what triggers those tears. No one knows how much you miss them. No one knows your inner scream. No one gets it.
Except God. He knit you together (Ps. 139:13). He knows your inner thoughts (Ps. 139:2). He knows your heart (1 Chron. 28:9). He knows you intimately – even if you don’t know Him. He is the only one who “get’s you.”
Take a look at my next journal post.
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September 15, 2012
It just really sucks that no one really understands what I am going through. One of my friends just called – I asked her how she was doing and she said she had met someone. She wasn’t going to tell me about it but dang – I can’t hide.
I am happy for her, but man, this just sucks. I want to go HOME (heaven). I don’t want to be here anymore. But I have Dak (my son) and I need to understand and concentrate on him. God will be enough. I just have to remember that.
God please help me – just help me.
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When battling grief, things happen daily that “hurt.” Sometimes those things hurt more than others. And people just don’t get it. They never will. Know this and it will save you a lot of pain. If you haven’t read my grief series, go back to here. May you be blessed.
Stay strong. Stand firm.
I will leave you with a song.