I have no doubt that you have heard this saying before, but with God, all things are possible, and all things can be made a new. Do you truly understand what this means, on a spiritual and physical level?
When God is at the center of everything you do, and you heed the words of Jesus Christ in all that you do, you will see this happen for yourself, spiritually and physically.
The phrase, ''all things can be made new'', is a nod to His power and what He can do for your life. For example, a big one today in society is relationships with people and places. With God, relationships that are old and broken can be made new again when approached with a God-first mindset and applying the commands of Christ per the Word of God to the issues that led to this broken relationship in the first place.
How does one do this? Maybe you have heard someone tell you this before, but didn't feel like they actually told you the answer or where to start? It starts with the Word of God. It starts with Jesus. It starts by literally reading the Bible completely, and then specifically for the areas that you are struggling in with these relationships.
If you take the time to look and read the Gospels, you will find the answers. It is very easy, especially in today's technology age, to simply type in a search bar something like "scriptures for 'problems with xyz'", and find many links directly to the Gospels. It won't be a "Step 1, 2, 3, then done" guide, if that is what you are looking for. That is not realistic, but temporary, especially when discussing relationships. It is vastly more helpful to read an entire persons story, in this case the Gospels, and how they got to the same issue you might be in, and then how they solved it, to get finality and to achieve a realistic answer - all with the approval and grace of God intertwined, knowing our answer came from His Word.
In my experience, I often came to find that the answer was not always exactly what I thought, and that I lacked in areas that I didn't realize I did, and other factors also led to issues in past and current relationships, but it ultimately all culminated in one specific area - a lack of Jesus, my Lord and Savior, a lack of God at the center of my life, and a lack of the Word as reference for things that I did.
Dwell not on the past, of what was or could have been, but rather look forward to what, through God’s grace, may unfold within his divine plan. Being a Christian is being in a constant state of becoming, of a movement towards the Light of perfection shown to us by Christ.
A part of this is to always remain open to God's work and feats, emerging all around us. God's will to create and recreate the world is His right as our Heavenly Father, and it is not for us to mourn what may pass, but rather to seek to adapt our faith in becoming, or in what is yet to come, and trust that what He has in store for us is better than anything we could imagine, and that it will be righteous.