Sometimes the things that you plan for your life or that you expect to happen do not go as planned. This includes not getting the scholarship you’d applied for to continue your education, losing your job, not finding a job easily after graduating from college or university, losing friends, losing loved ones, your boyfriend or girlfriend breaking up with you for another love, not bearing the kids you’d dreamed of… and more besides.
Remember, you don’t have to feel sad for all of these things. You don’t have to blame other people for all of the negative problems you are facing in your life. You don’t have to feel sad when other people are laughing at you or when your life is falling apart. And, again, you don’t have to feel hate or jealousy for other people whose lives are going well, or for whom God has blessed them with whatever is lacking in your life. God does not bless those who hate others or who are jealous of other people.
Instead, try to place all your troubles, all the obstacles you are facing in the hands of God. Try to trust him with all your heart by putting your faith in him in the hope that he will turn all your troubles into joyful tones.
If you seek his help and ask him to grant you wisdom, blessings and care, he may do amazing things in your lives. God can unexpectedly change your lives so that a better version of yourself is revealed.
Remember, if we share our worries with people around us, not all of them will care about our worries, not all of them can help us to turn our worries into tears of joy. Rather many of them will just be glad that we have problems that are whipping our lives.
God is the only one who knows all our problems for he is the one who lifts us when our lives are falling apart.
Also do good to others and good will come to you. Know that God himself has the answer to the problems and questions affecting our lives.