Another Friend Bites the Dust

All my intimate friends detest me; those I love have turned against me. Job 19:19

Poor Job! Have you read the book of Job? He had lousy friends! He was experiencing so much loss and health problems and all his friends could do was find fault with him. “Surely God must be angry with you Job!” That was his friends consoling remarks!

There will be seasons in our lives when friends will leave us…

But when it’s because they have preconceived judgmental attitudes, it leaves us wounded. We have someone who will never fail us, Papa! He promises to never leave us or forsake us. When this season hits and we go through this experience, we can feel alone; but I can assure you that we aren’t. It’s just that pain has a way of creating a false seclusion. A feeling of being isolated. But this mustn’t continue. After a brief mourning and healing period, we must get back on our feet so that we don’t head into detrimental behaviors, like depression or I’m a victim attitude. Papa is clear that there is a season for everything. All season’s end and move into another…

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 (KJV)

To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;  A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

When it comes time to refocus our mind and set our hearts to trusting and loving again, Papa is right there to help us.

Then comes our enlightenment. It’s time to realize the importance of the situation. I’m not talking about finding fault with ourselves. It’s just too easy to think negatively about ourselves, and really, even when God corrects us, He does it in a positive way. I’m referring to the continual growth and maturity that is so important to our Heavenly Father. Be open minded.

Don’t be discouraged if it’s hard to receive correction or positive criticism. Years ago, my self-esteem and self worth was so shot that any little correction made me feel worse about myself. I just couldn’t stand it! Thank you Papa God for bring healing to me. I love being able to see myself with complete honesty; and remember, sometimes a season ends on a friendship too. Look at it positively. Something to work towards! Be good to yourself!


About Ostara Schultz

Stephen & Ostara Schultz are a Mother/Son duo who are modern medicine healers known as the ‘Spiritual Chefs’. use kitchen analogies to teach how to become their own spiritual Five Star Chef, learning new transformational dishes to release Stale, Icy, old recipes of blocks, resistance and emotional triggers. They teach how to remodel the space they create from and cook up special and delightful life-banquets they’d like to experience and enjoy. They’ve ridden through their own Dark Night of the Soul when they experienced family disowning them, foreclosures, car accidents, near death experiences, drugs and the Complete Dissolution of Life as they knew it… as with any Initiation, this experience just prepared them to now support You… To walk through fire alongside you, to work through any issue or challenge by shamanically unwinding the brambles of spiritual and physical trauma and unlocking the Practical Solutions that have been hidden from You. They now live in the San Joaquin Valley with Eric, Stephen’s dad who is also Ostara’s husband on Life Purpose and puppies. Together they are helping people to create a signature sovereign lifestyle budding with abundance in love, spiritual gifts, money and all the self’s i.e. self-confidence, self-assurance, self-love to name a few. They inspire other heart centered entrepreneurs to align their businesses to a new paradigm of 5D consciousness. Ostara and Eric has a healthy sovereign daughter Lauren, who is happily married to Kyle, whom is absolutely adored by the Schultz’s, two grandchildren with one on the way, they are truly blessed. Reach out to them, they’d love to meet you. Stockton Ca, USA Email: Facebook Ostara Facebook Stephen Facebook: The Spiritual Chefs
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3 Responses to Another Friend Bites the Dust

  1. J.D. says:

    This is so good veronica. I’ve always had such a hard time with the loss of friendships or relationships. It literally has devastated me to the point of not trusting people, isolating myself in order to not get hurt again. I would say ok Lord it’s just you and me, I don’t need anyone All those things NOT to do. It’s especially hard when it’s people in the church that hurt you. Thanks for sharing this, it’s helped to teach me what not to do in the future.

  2. I am SO glad that you are back!!! What a wonderful article. You hit the nail right on the head. I have been through that during times in my life and it can be very difficult. I do praise God that He is always there!!! He never gives up on me!!! He always lifts me up!

    Thanks again for sharing the truth-filled wisdom that Papa gives you to share with all of us!!! You have a true gift!

    Blessings my God sister!!!

    Mary Joy

  3. Yay!!!! You’re back!!! Praise God!!! And another wisdom-filled article! You are so right on with this. Thanks for reminding all of us. I am praying for your continued ministry. The Lord speaks so much to me through your writing!

    Blessings dear God sister!!

    Mary Joy

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