Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. Proverbs 4:23
Following on from Part 1. Giving your heart to someone you love, who then breaks it is a painful experience, now that healing has taken place you may wonder will I ever love again?
Short answer: YES
This first thing is to make sure you have really forgiven the last person you were with before you start dating again because “Holding onto unforgiveness is like drinking poison waiting for the person to die!”
Confess daily that you receive the spirit of love, power and sound mind and reject the spirit of fear. (2 Timothy 1:7) Don’t let fear hold you back from someone new coming into your life.
Don’t bring up the past to your new potential mate. If they ask what happened or why are you single, keep the explanation very brief and simple for example “he/she was unfaithful I’ve forgiven and moved on” . S/he doesn’t need to know details about what happened at this very early stage.
You need to find a good balance between sharing your heart and guarding it, being too guarded will hinder your new relationship and being too quick to fall in love and giving your heart away may bring you more heartache.
Prayerfully consider your new potential mate, the bible says test the spirits to see whether they are from God (1 John 4:1) and the Holy Spirit will reveal if s/he is worthy of you.
Remember from the healing process (Part 1) you gave you heart to God, so your heart is with God and the right person must seek God to get it.