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Divorce: Coming To Terms With Your Parent.

Divorce: Coming To Terms With Your Parent.
The Bible counsels; "Let all malicious bitterness and anger and wrath...be taken away from you....But become kind to one another, tenderly compassionate, freely forgiving one another.'' (Ecclesiastes 4:31, 32)
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You may rightly be angry with your parents for disrupting your life. As one young man bitterly put it; "My parents were selfish. They did nor really think about us and how what they did could affect us.

They just went ahead and made their plans." This may be true. But can you go through life carrying a load of anger and bitterness and not harm yourself?

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The Bible counsels; "Let all malicious bitterness and anger and wrath...be taken away from you....But become kind to one another, tenderly compassionate, freely forgiving one another.'' (Ecclesiastes 4:31, 32) How can you forgive someone who has hurt you so deeply?

Try to view your parents objectivity-as fallible, imperfect humans. Yes, even parents 'sin and fall short of the glory of God.' (Romans 3:23) Realizing this can help you come to terms with your parents.

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