You are leaving the insanity of a situation that you’ve probably lived through for years. You are allowed to walk away and love from a distance. It’s the interaction that changes, not your love. They won’t like it, accept it, or understand. That’s not your problem or responsibility.
No matter the situation, the current event, the personal family conflict- I WILL PRAY
“Lord, help me live in your joy, peace, and love and not in the sorrows of this world.”
I was never the savior, medic, therapist, or pastor my kids needed. I was not called to that role. Fulfilling their everything was not my purpose. I had to let go. That’s when I found freedom from addiction and became reacquainted with my freedom in Christ Jesus. Funny, his freedom doesn’t feel like imprisonment.
I hear the warriors crying out in broken words, but free. All for love, they call upon, the power to rescue me.
..tonight we know that if the threat of violence lies in one's heart, it is escalated by drugs, not created by them.
Do you believe in Satan? I do. I've come face to face with the darkness of the devil, so I take him seriously.
As I sit here, drowning in the addiction cycle that haunts our family, my Savior is my life raft. For the many ways he provides and comforts, you would expect there to be one flaw, but it does not exist.
God changes things. He changes us. Our faith has grown over the years, and the bond we have in Christ has been unbreakable.
I am walking into a new season. I can feel it to my soul. I feel a different kind of peace enveloping me, and I am confused and calm all at once.