WHEN NO ONE SEES YOU CRY…

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How many tears have you shed that no one saw but you?

You may have been…

Hurt…

Troubled…

Betrayed…

Ignored…

Misunderstood…

Mistreated…

Belittled…

Embarrassed…

Left Out…

Ridiculed…

Broke…

Sick…

You were ‘in your feelings’ DEEPLY…in your feelings.

You may have hoped that someone would have walked up…stopped by…called…or saw you just in time to let you know that they cared.

But, no one came…

No one stopped…

No one called…

No one saw…

You cried alone. You got yourself together. You moved on.

How we handle those silent tears proves how real God really is to us.

God see’s our tears…all of them. Is it good enough for you to know that He saw your tears and He cares?

Do you really get comfort from knowing that God saw you and heard you?


Too many times we claim that God is real to us, but how often have you not felt truly comforted until you talked to a ‘real’ person?


There are some moments that are meant to be just between you and God. That’s when He’s most real in your life.

God sees every tear you cry. The next time that you’re shed tears all by yourself, remember…you’re not alone.

1 Peter 5:7 (NKJV)

casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you.

BE BLESSTIFIED!

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  1. This was inspiring. Many times, because we can’t see or touch God, we feel lonely. But we should remember that He is there and understands our hurt, He wants us to give that hurt to Him so we can be healed.
    -MB
    isgodevenreal.wordpress.com

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