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Divorced.

November 1, 2018
My life was devoted to my husband, children, and ministry. The ministry was taken first, then the children scattered and oppressed, and yesterday the “d” word we’d vowed almost 29 years ago to never even use in jest was granted to my husband without Biblical or moral justification. The law doesn’t care about those things; it doesn’t care about covenants made before God and the spiritual battle waging.

Divorce. Destruction. Disillusionment. Disgust.

Defeat.

The battle is waged in prayer and praise and it looks as though the enemy has won. Darkness has descended and the hits just keep on coming. I’m on my face on the floor and God reminds me of this exact thing the post below is saying- He is able to restore everything the enemy has taken. He is sovereign. He is our defender. He is here. His will be done, whatever that may be.

He has already won the victory.


Steven Furtick November 1, 2018 ·
There’s nothing the enemy has taken from your life that God cannot restore.

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