This isn't what we like but it is the truth: healing often hurts. To be healed we often have to to do the thing we just don't want to do. Think of physical healing -- you let a surgeon cut out the bad part and then for weeks the tough healing is going on in your body. If you don't cooperate with it, if you don't do the necessary steps for healing, let the pain happen and let God do the healing, it just won't happen.
Why this is on my mind though isn't to deal with physical healing. I want to deal with emotional healing.I'm going to give you an example that actually happened in someone's life I love dearly (and something like this might have happened in your life too, even mine). Healing came but only when the one hurt allowed God to use a method she just didn't like. God used the one who hurt her to heal her.
This is often the case. You have a fight with someone you love. He or she hurts you badly and you just want to close that person off. But the healing will only come when you forgive, let God use that person to restore you to yourself and to the relationship.
I looked up evil in the Hebrew and it means evil but it also means so much more. Here are a few definitions of it: affliction, distress, harm, hurt, misery, sad, sorrow, trouble, wrong, disagreeable, unwholesome, harmful, poor quality, heavy in heart, calamities, failures, miseries.
Plug in one of those words and you see what God wants you to do. Don't focus on the hurt. Focus on Him. Ask Him to change your heart toward the person who wronged you. And be open to restoration even though you might be bleeding tears.