Have you been out walking or at the gym and you see this energetic and graceful elderly person(s) engaging in physical fitness or just expressing joy and enthusiasm? It may have caused a smile to come to your face or just made you think of how much you look forward to having that kind of attitude and energy in your elderly years.  Sad to say, this is not often the response in today’s society. Aging is often met with negative clichés, disrespectful jokes, and harsh language by impatient people.
 
The aged often live with a sense of guilt, shame and feeling that they are more of a burden than a blessing. This can be very discouraging to the aged in our society, especially if their aging experience has been met with various physical ailments, medical expenses, relational disharmony and financial challenges. 
God has provided a wonderful perspective in His word for the aged. This perspective needs to become part of the fabric of our entire society. 

God’s Word Declares:
	Wisdom is with the aged men (women), and with length of days, understanding. (Job 12:12)
	The silver haired head is a crown of glory, if it is found in the way of righteousness. (Proverbs 16:31)
	The older men and women are to possess godly character and instruct the younger men and women in how to manage their lives and their families.  (Titus 2:2-3)
	I have been young, and now am old; yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his descendants begging bread. (Psalm 37:25)
	Children are to honor their parents and God promises to make things go well for them in life.
	(Ephesians 6:2-3)

Aging is not a curse, but a blessing according to God’s Word. Psalm 91:16 declares, “With long life I will satisfy him, and show him my salvation.” The Bible also says, “Those who are planted in the house of the Lord, they shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bear fruit in old age; They shall be fresh and flourishing, to declare that the Lord is upright; He is my rock, and there is no unrighteousness in Him (Psalm 92:13-15)

The Blessing of Aging

The aged often live with a sense of guilt, shame and feeling that they are more of a burden than a blessing.

Have you ever desired or considered reaching out to someone or stepping forth toward a goal you wanted to do in life and found yourself focusing on all the reasons why you should not? Perhaps there are underlying insecurities that you may be struggling with. All of us may deal with some element of insecurities, and we deal with them in our own ways, right or wrong. In moments of insecurities, it can become a moment for God to show Himself strong in our behalf. The Scripture says, “For the eyes of the LORD range throughout the whole earth, to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him.” (2 Chronicles 16:9a (NIV).

God is there waiting to meet us in our sins, struggles and insecurities. He offers us a grace to provide us the true source of security. The Psalmist witnessed this in his own life. His pen is under the leading of the Holy Spirit as he shares with us Psalm 91 (take time to meditate this Psalm in your quiet time). It is filled with insight of the assurance of the greatest security we could ever experience. Below are a few spiritual disciplines to aid us in our decision to live victorious over any insecurities we find along our life journey:

•	Make God’s presence and power the FIRST direction you turn to in times of insecurities (Psalm 91:2: I will say to the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.”)
•	Accept and celebrate the wonderful and unique way God has wired you. (Psalm 139:14: I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well).
•	Rest in the assurance that God loves you as you are as he continues to make you more like He is.  (1 John 4:19 “We love him, because he first loved us.”)

God has not called or caused you to live in the arena of insecurity. The Scripture says, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.” Some try to find security outside of a relationship with Jesus Christ by turning to sources like: money, power, people, popularity or appearance. But those are false securities. The only answer to insecurities is a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ.

If you are praying and believing God for a church fellowship where you can grow in your faith through sound doctrine and a loving community of believers, come experience God’s grace and truth at Word Alive Church on Sundays @ 10:00am, and Wednesdays @ 7:00pm for enriching and engaging Bible studies.

Also, you can listen to our Word Alive Broadcast on Sundays @ 8:15pm on 95.3 FM and Monday – Friday on 105.1 FM daily from 12:30pm-1:00pm. Visit us on the web at www.Wordalivesc.com.

Overcoming Insecurity

Have you ever desired or considered reaching out to someone or stepping forth toward a goal you wanted to do in life and found yourself focusing on all the reasons why you should not? Perhaps there are underlying insecurities that you may be struggling with.

How busy has life been for you lately? Sometimes there are so many demands on our time that is difficult to “get it all done.” We find ourselves struggling to take care of our responsibilities (work, family, household, etc.) as well as trying to attend to the needs of others. Sometimes the burden of those demands can lead to fatigue, stress, depression and even physical and spiritual challenges. The reality is that nothing will probably change until you decide to change. Despite how extreme the demands may be, you have the power to begin this very moment to bring about that change!  Don’t forget, you already know what to do!  Here are a few suggestions to prayerfully consider in using your power of change:

​➢ Exalt God, His Word and your relationship with Him as FIRST priority (Matt. 11:28 (NIV): Jesus said, “Come to me all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest..”)

➢ Express to others your decision to adjust the demands on your life for your overall good (Proverbs 11:1 (NIV): “The Lord abhors dishonest scales, but accurate weights are his delight.”). This is not done in anger, but in love, because God honors fair and balanced living.

➢ Employ activities that you enjoy and those that allow you to be enriched and energized as well as experience excitement in living a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (1 Thess. 5:23 (NIV): “May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify your through and through. May your WHOLE spirit, soul, and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.”)

​The busyness of life can become overwhelming, but you are on a path of better managing your life in a manner that will sustain you spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. If these “pearls of wisdom” and spiritual insight have blessed and encouraged your, please consider visiting us at Kingdom Builders Christian Center for a pure worship experience and Biblical truth right along these lines our Pastor provides in “Breaking Life Cycles”.

Demands of Time

How busy has life been for you lately? Sometimes there are so many demands on our time that is difficult to “get it all done.”

 Many times when negative and self-destructive patterns are part of our life choices, we often do not consider the “stakeholders” who are being impacted by our poor choices. Sometimes these individuals may not have the skills necessary to help us. Therefore, they come across as being too difficult or not understanding, yet their heart’s desire is to see us free from the negative behavior patterns. If you are being impacted by someone who is continually engaging in destructive patterns in their life, I suggest you consider the following approaches in trusting God for their breakthrough:

1. Consider where they are in their relationship with Christ and pray accordingly:  The only remedy for “sin” is grace. Therefore, the saving grace of God is the entrance into the arena of power that overcomes any condition in life. (Eph. 2:1-10)

2. Connect with others who have skills and proven success in dealing with suchmatters: The Bible speaks of the benefit of Godly counsel and the benefit it brings to life. (Psalm 1:1-3)

3. Commitment to a role of healthy involvement and not of an enabler: Sometime we can mean well, but we may be hindering what God is bringing to past through his loving discipline (Prov. 3:11-12). If you have to endure having to live with the impact of negative patterns of others, know that God is there to keep you in a state of peace while you are interceding in prayer on the behalf of that person(s). Galatians 6:9 (NIV) says, “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

Article contributed by 
By Norman E. Curlee, Pastor
Word Alive Church
3100 Trotter Road Columbia, SC 292

Getting Free From Destructive Patterns

Many times when negative and self-destructive patterns are part of our life choices, we often do not consider the “stakeholders” who are being impacted by our poor choices.

Living life worry free may sound like an impossible phenomenon since we often identify worrying with caring, being concerned, or a need to maintain control. However, when we consider the “negative side effects” of worrying, such as: fear, anxiety, confusion, physical and mental discomforts and so on, perhaps we would rather take another look at worrying through the lens of God’s word. In Matthew 6:25-34, we are instructed by the God of Truth not to worry about anything, even our basic needs of life.  God created the heart and mind and understands the natural tendency toward self-preservation, self-protection, and provision that pulls at us for our personal lives as well as the lives of others. Nevertheless, He would like for us to place the weight of these matters upon Him and trust Him to handle matters His way and in His timing. Here are a few suggestions to consider in allowing God to carry your cares:

Diligently confront the cause of your worrying with faith and fellowship with the Lord.

Devote every opportunity to worry to reading, meditating or singing the Scriptures in the Book of Psalms or Scriptures on God’s peace.

Discipline yourself to react in a positive and healthy manner to negative thoughts, emotions or communication from others.

Determine to be consistent in a healthy church fellowship where you can make spiritual matters a priority in your life.

Life can be lived worry free according to God’s word. God has something much better for your life and time spent on earth rather than living a life of worrying. Choose today to turn whatever is causing your worry over to God in prayer and immediately begin to praise Him for his power working in you and through you in Jesus name.

Living Worry Free

Living life worry free may sound like an impossible phenomenon since we often identify worrying with caring, being concerned, or a need to maintain control.

Often Christ’s followers are open and eager to embrace and employ so called spiritual terms, traditions and religious fads without requiring or researching the true Biblical basis for such belief or behavior. In the Book of Galatians, the apostle Paul confronts believers who had returned to a “spiritual bondage” in their lives, in which the truth had liberated them. He said, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage.” (Galatians 5:1 NKJV)

​Spiritual bondages are not as many suppose . . . some members of local churches claim that the leadership does not recognize their spiritual giftings and will not allow them to be used by God. These individuals are usually spiritually arrogant, full of pride, and most of the time are looking for a place to promote their “own” agenda.

​Spiritual bondages can cause a church or an individual to have a form of godliness but refuse to allow the sculpting and shaping of God’s Holy Spirit to transform their hearts and minds to look more like Jesus Christ. The Corinthian church would be a good example of how spiritual bondages can blind us to our own deception and denial of truth.

 Here are a few of the marks of spiritual bondages we witness in the Corinthian church:

​Exalting spiritual leadership beyond measure (I Cor. 1:11-13; 3:5-9)

Exalting worldly wisdom above the wisdom of God (1 Cor. 2:6-8)

Exalting carnal living above Christ-like character and conduct (1 Cor. 3:1-4)

Refusing to apply church discipline where needed (I Cor. 5:1-8)

Exalting spiritual gifts above love and using them in a prideful and disorderly manner (I Cor. 14).

​This is not an exhaustive list of matters that produce spiritual bondages, but we need to give heed to any form of spiritual bondage in our lives or our local fellowships.

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How to live in the liberty in which Christ has made us free:

Refuse to go back to traditional practices that make the word of God of none effect.

Develop a discipline of searching the Scriptures for yourself in order to ensure truth is honored.

Hold spiritual leadership accountable for what is being proclaimed out of the pulpit.

Respect but refuse to exalt mankind and titles beyond measure.

Maintain a daily prayer life and an intake of God’s word in order to be sensitive to His voice.

Seek to serve God in whatever capacity that is needed and be faithful and joyful while doing so.

Practice humility in various settings and wait on God’s timing to exalt you in due season.

​Spiritual bondages are not God’s will for any of His children.  Neither man nor medicine can liberate one from spiritual bondages. Faith in Christ and His power is the only place of victory.

Defining and Denying Spiritual Bondages

Often Christ’s followers are open and eager to embrace and employ so called spiritual terms, traditions and religious fads without requiring or researching the true Biblical basis for such belief or behavior.

God never intended for money issues to have control of and produce negative effects in our lives. In our materialistic, fast-paced, “gotta have it right now” society we have fallen prey to “loving” money, overspending, “clamoring for more,” and “even selling our souls.” This unhealthy behavior with money causes great financial anxiety for many of us. 

 God encourages us to avoid these negative effects of money by adopting His biblical instructions and wisdom in managing money and material possessions. As we begin a New Year, this is a great time to free yourself from all financial anxieties regardless of your present financial state by adopting God’s wisdom and instructions on money matters.

 Whatever has caused your financial challenges, you can start over and begin by forgiving yourself and others that may have contributed to your financial problems, God provides mercy whenever we are willing to come to him in prayer with a heart to change.

 Choose to invest in gaining the Biblical wisdom and skills you need in order to manage money according to God’s word. God warns us to avoid loving money, to avoid trusting in money, to avoid gaining money through ungodly and unethical means, and to avoid thinking money is a witness of godliness.

 Lessons from the Bible:

It is foolish to pursue riches versus pursuing a relationship with God and His Word (Luke 12:16-21).

Riches are temporal, but God’s blessing for faithfulness has eternal rewards (Proverbs 27: 24; 28:20; Psalm 49:10-12; 1 Timothy 6:17).

Be willing to work and avoid laziness and taking advantage of the kindness of others (Proverbs 19:15; 2 Thessalonians 3:10).

Set up a plan of action to eliminate debt and avoid credit card abuse (Proverbs 22:7; Romans 13:8)

Be faithful in honoring your financial commitments, paying creditors and taxes (Romans 13:5-6; Mark 12:17; Ephesians 4:28).

Elevate your relationship with God in honoring Him in His tithe as a faithful way of living and giving (Genesis 14:20; Malachi 3:8-11; Matthew 23:23).

Let giving to God’s work in the earth and helping the poor inspire you in being a generous giver (Proverbs 11:25; 19:17; Luke 6:38; 2 Corinthians 9:6).

Adopt an attitude of thankfulness and contentment with what you presently have (1 Thessalonians 5:18; Hebrews 13:5 and Philippians 4:11).

Make God your source and trust Him to supply your needs (Matthew 6:25-34; Philippians 4:19).

I believe God will honor us when we honor His Word. Begin this New Year living with faith and faithfulness to Christ. Let His grace and glory operate in your money matters and free you from all financial anxieties.  Join us for a dynamic worship experience at Word Alive Church on Sunday at 10:00a.m.  and Wednesday for a Spirit-Filled worship and engaging Bible Study at 7:00p.m.

Overcoming Financial Anxiety

God never intended for money issues to have control of and produce negative effects in our lives. In our materialistic, fast-paced, “gotta have it right "...

What would you consider the two most important decisions in life? If you are a follower of Christ, I am sure you may suggest a decision to accept or reject Jesus Christ and perhaps next would be choosing a life partner in marriage. Often people who have experienced what we often call “a broken heart,” in their dating experiences have a tendency to live in an arena of anxiety and insecurity when it comes to considering marriage. The fear of making another poor choice and after dating someone for a length of time and then the person decides they want to end the relationship, can lead to emotional anxieties and self-esteem issues. In some cultures, mate selection is done through a bargaining agreement of parents, as witnessed in the Bible. However, in our western world the process is usually different.  Most of us would perhaps agree that in today’s society marriage is no longer held in high esteem as in time past. The sacredness and permanence of it is slowly fading away. Living together out of wedlock, entering marriages casually, and dissolving marriages freely are all accepted parts of the Western way of life. To wisely choose a life partner of the opposite sex and the commitment to live with one’s chosen mate “for better or for worse” have been replaced with a self-centered attitude that sees marriage as a convenient living arrangement that can always be terminated if love grows old.

​Therefore, believers have to look to the Word of God as a guiding light in making one of life’s most important decisions. Below are a few wisdom nuggets to ponder: Consider their spiritual position and practice. Ask the following questions:

​Is my potential mate a believer (2 Cor. 6:14)?

Does his or her life show evidence of the fruits of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23)?

Have my potential life partner and I discussed our spiritual lives, struggles and goals?

Do my potential mate and I spend time praying together and reading God’s Word?

Do we both agree on church and our world views?

Does the person show signs of maturity?

Does the person have a growing independence from the control of family and friends?

Does the person have the capacity to assume responsibility?

Does the person have the ability to acknowledge but control emotions?

Is there a willingness to postpone immediate gratification so that greater satisfaction can be obtained in the future?

Does the person have a realistic and essentially positive self-image?

These are just a few questions to think about in order to make a healthy mate selection decision. If you have no intention of marrying for whatever healthy reason, that is fine. Great people in the Bible were not married and yet fulfilled God’s will in the earth. If you desire to get married and feel there is no positive outlook on that occurring, be encouraged and find your fulfillment in healthy relationships with family, friends and other’s you meet along life’s journey. Above all, live your life in serving God and finding fulfillment in whatever state you find yourself for the glory of God (Philippians 4:11-13).

Healthy Mate Selection

What would you consider the two most important decisions in life? If you are a follower of Christ, I am sure you may suggest a decision to accept or reject Jesus Christ and perhaps next would be choosing a life partner in marriage.

Psalm 25:16 David prays to God saying, “Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am LONELY and afflicted.” Could you imagine a man after God’s on heart (1 Sam. 13:14; Acts 13:22) and a great king and warrior like David identifying a time of experiencing loneliness in his life. The truth of the matter is that loneliness does not discriminate. It is part of the human experience that results from the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden. Prior to the fall, Adam and God had great fellowship, but the Creator new that human beings need other humans if they are to get along effectively. So God created Eve and instructed the couple to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth (Gen. 1:28).  The first human beings get to enjoy fellowship with God and with each other.  But as mentioned earlier, sin entered the scene of the human experience and now the two who had never known loneliness, now has to manage life by trusting God to be their answer in times of loneliness.

 Loneliness is that painful emotion that reminds us of the importance of human communication, contact and camaraderie. However, there are factors that often make this a desire of one’s heart, not a lived out reality.  A number of factors can lead to loneliness from social, developmental, psychological and even spiritual in nature. Regardless of the causes and symptoms of loneliness, God has a way of escape. In 1 Cor. 10:13 the word of God says, “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.”

 So when feelings and thoughts of loneliness produce emotions of fear, despair, hopelessness, low self-esteem, worthlessness, entrapment, a need to seek attention in various forms in order to find acceptance or to overcome loneliness and even painful suicidal thoughts, don’t allow these dark moments or memories to be your dwelling place. Turn on the light of God’s word and allow his grace and power to aid you in times of loneliness.  Below are a few wisdom nuggets in addressing loneliness and perhaps even connecting with a trusted and trained professional could be a great investment for your future success:

 Remember God is present regardless of one’s pain (Hebrews 13:5-6; Psalm 46:1)

Develop an intimate relationship with God (Proverbs 18:24: James 4:8)

Pray for God to lead you to building strong relationships with a few trusting friends (Prov. 17:17; James 5:16)

Faithfully connect to a local fellowship of believers and intentionally find a place to serve alongside others (Hebrews 10:24-25).

 
Remember, you are not alone in moments or experiences of loneliness. We all have traveled this path before. God is waiting for you to cast this care or concern on him (Psalm 55:22; 1 Peter 5:7). He will encourage your heart and help you to encourage others whom you meet on the path of loneliness.

The Door Beyond Loneliness

The truth of the matter is that loneliness does not discriminate. It is part of the human experience that results from the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden. Prior to the fall, Adam and God had great fellowship.

Guilt is a universal language that we all experience somewhere along life’s journey. However, God never intended for those who trust in His amazing grace to live life under the cloud of guilt. Regardless of whether or not your guilt is from what is often called “Objective Guilt” (resulting from the breaking of a law) or “Subjective Guilt” (resulting from feelings of remorse and self-condemnation), God has provided a door of hope and healing so that you can move forward with a healthy outlook toward your future.

              First begin by asking yourself what may be the cause of such feelings of guilt? It could be the environment in which you were reared that unknowingly was out of balance with poor role models, criticism, anger, physical or emotional abuse, guilt, and fear ridden, rather than good role models, security, warmth, acceptance and encouragement. It could be due to a poor decision you made that resulted in consequences that produced ongoing guilt. Perhaps there were peers who placed expectations that required you to go against your personal moral standards and thereby created feelings of guilt in you as you sought their approval and acceptance. Regardless of the cause of your guilt, God is ready to let His grace meet your guilt.

              Consider the story in the Bible in John 8:1-11 where a woman experiences both objective and subjective guilt. She had broken the law as well as being openly caught in the act of adultery which more than likely produced feelings of guilt and shame. Jesus comes and provides grace to meet guilt in her life:

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       First Jesus revealed that we ALL sinned and need forgiveness

John 8:7b “. . . If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her”.

Rom. 3:23 “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”

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      Secondly Jesus wants us to identify the cause of our guilt and know that he alone can cause it to cease from troubling us.

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John 8:10 Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?”

2 Cor. 7:10 “Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret . . . “

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Rev. 12:10 “Then I heard a loud voice in heaven say: “Now have come the salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God, and the authority of his Christ. For the accuser of our brothers, who accuses them before our God day and night, has been hurled down.”

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     Thirdly Jesus revealed to her the way out of guilt is through repentance, confession and change of behavior.

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John 8:11b “Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.”

 

God’s love is available right now to meet your feelings of guilt. The devil will always seek to remind you of your guilt, but we get to choose to dwell or not to dwell on those negative thoughts. Let God free you of any feelings of guilt by accepting his grace through his loving forgiveness. Be willing to forgive others as you accept God’s forgiveness. If you fall along the path, get up and know that God’s love is there to continue to carry you toward the destiny he has for your life.

 

* We invite you to visit us at Kingdom Builders Christian Center located in Southeast Columbia at 3100 Trotter Road, Hopkins, SC 29061. Our morning worship service is Sunday at 10:00a.m., and Wednesday at 7:00pm. Visit us on the web at Kingdom-Builders.com.

Grace Meets Guilt

Guilt is a universal language that we all experience somewhere along life’s journey. However, God never intended for those who trust in His amazing grace to live life under the cloud of guilt. Regardless of whether or not your guilt is from what is often called “Objective Guilt” (resulting from the breaking of a law)

 Many times when negative and self-destructive patterns are part of our life choices, we often do not consider the “stake holders” who are being impacted by our poor choices. Sometimes these individuals may not have the skills necessary to help us. Therefore, they come across as being too difficult or not understanding, yet their heart’s desire is to see us free from the negative behavior patterns. If you are being impacted by someone who is continually engaging in destructive patterns in their life, I suggest you consider the following approaches in trusting God for their breakthrough:

 

1. Consider where they are in their relationship with Christ and pray accordingly:  The only remedy for “sin” is grace. Therefore, the saving grace of God is the entrance into the arena of power that overcomes any condition in life. (Eph. 2:1-10)

 

2. Connect with others who have skills and proven success in dealing with suchmatters: The Bible speaks of the benefit of Godly counsel and the benefit it brings to life. (Psalm 1:1-3)

 

3. Commitment to a role of healthy involvement and not of an enabler: Sometime we can mean well, but we may be hindering what God is bringing to past through his loving discipline (Prov. 3:11-12). If you have to endure having to live with the impact of negative patterns of others, know that God is there to keep you in a state of peace while you are interceding in prayer on the behalf of that person(s). Galatians 6:9 (NIV) says, “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

Breaking Life's Cycle: Getting Free From Destructive Patterns

Many times when negative and self-destructive patterns are part of our life choices, we often do not consider the “stake holders” who are being impacted by our poor choices.

Divorce is an experience that no couple enters marriage expecting to encounter. However, the reality is, divorce occurs in the life of believers as well as non-believers. The objective here is to provide encouragement and wisdom for those who have had to walk through the door of divorce along with the pain that often accompanies it. Below are some wisdom keys to close the door of divorce

  If you have gone through the door of divorce, choose to let go of any guilt, shame, faultfinding and exercise your faith in accepting God’s forgiveness as well as you forgiving others who may have contributed to your pain and suffering (Colossians 3:12-15).

 Choose to live life as a victor and not a victim while investing your time, talents and treasures in making God’s work a part and priority in your lifestyle. (Matthew 6:33).

 Do not allow fear to become a wall that keeps you from trusting others as you continue to build healthy relationships along your life journey (2 Timothy 1:7).

 If children are also part of the experience, trust God to protect their hearts and seek as much as possible to ensure they maintain a healthy, safe and rewarding experience with both parents if possible. (Ephesians 6:1-4)

 Remember, life may have changed, but God is still the same. He’s there to carry your cares and sustain you toward your future as you trust him. (Psalm 55:22 and 1 Peter 5:7)

Divorce is an often painful and sometimes a necessary path to enter. God is there for all who turn to him and He will provide peace and power to live for the glory of His name and the good of others. If you are not connected to a local Bible teaching church, we welcome you to come and experience God’s presence and power in our worship service on Sunday’s at 10:00a.m. or Wednesday for Bible study at 7:00p.m. at Kingdom Builders Christian Center. You can also visit us on the web at: kingdom-builders.com. 

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Article contributed by Norman E Curlee, Pastor
(Mar.-May 2018 ed.)

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