Proverbs 3: 3-5 NKJV
"Trust in the lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths"
I broke this scripture’s reflections into four parts.
First, trust in a sovereign God and his mercy and control of all things is one of the paramount teachings of our Christian faith. In divorce, now aware that you can’t trust in your spouse and often feeling that you can’t trust yourself, sometimes all you can do is trust God.
Second, during divorce, you often ask: “What did I do wrong? Why didn’t God tell me to do something differently? Why me?” Don’t worry yourself sick trying to understand everything. God understands. Trust that he’s working all things together for your good.
Third, God wants to help you in and through everything. Nothing is too small to take to him in prayer.
Fourth, you must make many decisions, but your mind is often jumbled. God will tell you what to do–as that still, small voice, hunch or intuition, or through a person or a situation. Shall is mandatory.