Spiritual lessons arise in ‘ode to the broken hearts’


God bless me with great opportunity through my podcast, Un Stoppable with Lequita Sharrock.

On my last episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Osé, a rising R&B singer / songwriter from Brampton, a city in Ontario, Canada. Our lively discussion covered many topics, including his new single titled “Hurt Bae”.

The term “Bae” is a slang acronym that means “before everyone else” or baby.

Spiritual lessons can be learned in various ways. The combo of my conversation with Osé and the careful listening to the lyrics she wrote provided the perfect context for this faith-based column.

This sweet song is described by Osé as an “ode to broken hearts and heart breakers”.

Relationships are great. But we are human and prone to faults. Therefore, hurt feelings come with the territory of bonding between spouses, boyfriend / girlfriend, family and friends.

When it comes to daunting circumstances, it is extremely important that we pivot in the right direction.

I firmly believe that God wants to know how we manage during trials.

It’s good to have a moment. However, we cannot sulk for long periods of time. Don’t rely on your own understanding. Rather, surrender to the way of God, to the will of God, and to the timing of God.

Release the negative vibration to the Lord. Rest assured that he holds you lovingly in the palms of his hands.

Embrace the heavenly elements of inner peace, harmony, and God’s unconditional love for you.

“Give him all your worries because he takes care of you.” “- 1 Peter 5: 7 EASY

Through this care, trust God with daring “Unstoppable” faith. Always be sure to forgive offenses and season all questions with love.

As a community driven person, I like to make connections and be a supportive anchor. It goes so far as to be an attentive ear for a “Hurt Bae”.

My connection with the “Married to the Game” spiritual life group fills my cup with this passion. The organization helps me while I offer support to others.

I’m learning that spiritual breakthrough is about identifying the root of the hurt. It is related to the healing process when you are in the “Hurt Bae” position.

“Be kind to one another, compassionate, forgiving one another, as God has also forgiven you in Christ. “- Ephesians 4:32 KJV

Lequita Sharrock is CEO of Sharrock Media Group and founder of the nonprofit Beyond The Booth, Inc. She hosts a bimonthly non-denominational podcast called UnStoppable with Lequita Sharrock. She can be reached at [email protected]

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