How much faith do you have in God at this time in your life? As you reflect on all that has happened to you in your divorce and all that is ahead of you, what would your answer be to God’s question, “Do you believe I can do this?” It is easy to say the words and ask God to help you in whatever you need, but how much do you really believe that he will take care of you? Are you prone to complaining? Whining? Bouts of self-pity? This is doubt in action and does not help you. In going through a divorce, it can be particularly hard to trust again, and God knows your reservations. Yet, He continually calls you to come closer to Him because he wants you to put your trust in Him alone. Sometimes, the trust issue is rooted in the fact that you just don’t want to let go of the relationship with your ex-spouse. Sometimes, the issue is regretting the mistakes you have made and the pain
that has resulted; therefore, you may want to control of everything yourself. You need to ask God for his help-to forgive, to heal and to move on. But you also need to trust Him and believe that He will help you.
And when Jesus reached the house the blind men came up with him and he said to them, “Do you believe I can do this?” They said, “Lord, we do.” Then he touched their eyes saying, “According to your faith, let it be done to you.” And their sight returned. – Matthew 9:28-30