When to Let Go

When to Let Go

Letting go is hard. When Mary first realized that Jesus was alive, she wanted to grab hold of Him and never let Him go. Jesus, however, told Mary that she couldn’t hold on. She had to let go. Jesus wasn’t going to stay and things could never go back to the way they were before. We often try to cling to the past when God is inviting us into His presence. A presence that will lead us to a future that we can only experience if we are willing to let go of the past and embrace His plans.

Passage (read it):

Principle (know it):

The Resurrection means you can let go
… of the pain
… of your plans
… go of “that place”

Practice (do it):

Consider the answer to these two questions:

  1. Why are you crying?
  2. Who is it you are looking for?