I found myself so frustrated, hurt, confused, and upset. In other words, I was in my feelings. I was hurt because I was in the position where I felt talked about, betrayed, and let down. I was upset because I found out some people who I considered friends were walking out of my life and I couldn’t understand why or what went wrong. I had so many unanswered concerns. I wanted to defend myself and plead my case.
But God was telling me, “Let them walk.” Those three words resonated in my spirit over and over and I knew that’s all God wanted me to do. He didn’t want me to plot revenge, He didn’t want me to explain myself, He didn’t want me to justify my actions, defend myself or even talk about the situation to anyone anymore. He simply wanted me to surrender and Let them walk.
“Living for God and walking with Him, can be one of the loneliest walks ever, but it’s the one walk that’s worth it.”
“Do not be conformed to the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.”
– Romans 12:2