God’s Divorce Recovery Program

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If you are suffering from the consequences of divorce, know this: your pain will not go away until you release your resentment and forgive those who have wronged you.

When you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins (Mark 11:25, NIV).

Perhaps today you are suffering from the consequences of divorce. Maybe your spouse deserted you or ran off with another person and you are feeling rejected, hurt, even humiliated. Or you may be still struggling twenty or thirty years later with the breakup of your parents and have a festering resentment against them. Or maybe you’ve been separated from your grandchildren because of divorce—something completely out of your control—and your heart is full of bitterness.

If you are suffering from the consequences of divorce, know this: your pain will not go away until you release your resentment and forgive those who have wronged you. If you are a follower of Jesus Christ, know that this forgiveness is not “just another option.” It is not something God simply encourages. Jesus Christ commands forgiveness. I know this is hard; in fact, some pain is just too deep for us to forgive on our own. Only by the power of Christ can we forgive in certain cases. So claim that power. Ask God to help you do what you can’t do. Let God bring cleansing and healing to your life. It’s the best divorce recovery program of them all.

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