4 Myths about Divorce that Can Hurt Your Church – Part 4 of 4 in the Series
We know God can do immeasurably more than we hope or imagine. We know it because we’ve lived it. So, when a person is facing divorce, our natural faith-driven instinct is to highlight this truth of the Christian faith. Because we know the power of God, we can be quick to assume that the person who is accepting divorce as their reality simply hasn’t given God time to work, or believed hard enough in God’s faithfulness.
You don’t have enough faith, we think or say.
Carol found out her husband was involved with another woman. The affair crushed her to the core. When she confronted him. He said he wanted a divorce.
Carol’s marriage of 27 years collapsed around her. She struggled to make sense of it. She wept from her soul with a sense of total helplessness.
Despair left her unable to form the words to pray. God seemed so far away. She sunk deeper into desperation.
At times like these we need to borrow somebody else’s faith. That’s right, borrow faith.
The ability to borrow faith is one of the […]