Divorce is one of those things that can buckle your knees and throw you into what appears to be an out of control hopeless situation. For many of us our families become our lives to the extent that it is all we live for, it is our purpose. When disaster strikes and the family unit is broken your options are relatively limited; you can either feel sorry for yourself while going nowhere or you can reevaluate your life and change your perspective.
After my divorce, the smoke cleared, I was forced to change my perspective on who I was, wanted to be and where I needed to go. I took a long hard look at my values and what mattered most to me. This was an eye-opening experience, and there were many things that I had to consider; one of which was – who was my true God? Did I measure life by my possessions, success at work, money and even family? I know one thing for sure; my relationship with God was not what it should have been – not even close.
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