Here are three things to remember and proclaim when the enemy uses rejection to attack your mind.
1. One Rejection is Not a Projection of Future Failures
It’s good to acknowledge the hurt, but don’t see it as a permanent hindrance. Move on from the source of the rejection, and don’t let it shut you down in that arena of life. It has already stolen enough from your present. Don’t let it reach into your future.
Renounce the negative talk that can hinder you, and replace it with praises for God, Who will deliver you.
2. There is Usually Some Element of Protection Wrapped in Every Rejection
This is a hard one to process at the time of the rejection. But for many of my past rejections, I can look back and see how God was allowing things to unfold the way they did for my protection. Grace and Mercy.
3. This is a Short-Term Setback, Not a Permanent Condition
The emotions that feel so intense today will ease over time if we let them. We just have to watch how we think and talk about this rejection. If we give it the power to define us, it will haunt us long-term. But if we only allow rejection enough power to refine us, the hurt will give way to healing