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Breaking Free From Cycle of Failed Relationships

Something is certainly wrong with Vivian. She’s not getting younger. Her biological clock seemed to be not only ticking but also sprinting. She wished she could find a pause button.

The story has been told numerous times. She has seen her relationships crumble in front of her eyes like a pack of cards. Nothing appears to work around her.

The tale has always been the same: she will start a relationship today and everything will appear to be normal, then everything will come crumbling down around her. Then it happens again and over again.

She now goes into a new relationship with prayers, not for guidance, but for the relationship not to fail

How do you get out of this mess as a God’s child?

Giving up all offenses

Yes, as easy as it may appear, this is the key to your success. Get rid of all forms of resentment and offense.
Frolicking with bitterness is an intentional attempt to prevent anything pleasant from coming your way.

Heb 12:15 (KJV) 
Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled;

It is referred to as a root in the Bible.
Every plant has a root that you cannot see.

That is the nature of bitterness. It can be submerged in the stomach for months without revealing its poisonous fruits until the damage is done.

Yes, your “Ex” hurt you and did things to you that were inconceivable and unprintable. That is insufficient cause to put your life on hold.
Your parents did this and that to you.

Your closest companion had deceived you.
Someone stabbed you in the rear and then in the front!
Don’t let that put a stop to your progress!

Allow God to take over.
Do not let hatred and resentment get the best of you.
Allow no one else’s folly to become your own folly.

Bitterness is referred to as a root in the Bible. When it appears, it will pollute many other relationships, possibilities, and doors!

When John the Baptist became enraged with his spiritual head, his physical head ease decapitated.

Don’t allow your head to become one of the prizes on award day!

Bitterness and iniquity are close relatives. They collaborate. The sooner you tackle it, the better.

Act 8:23 (KJV) 
For I perceive that thou art in the gall of bitterness, and in the bond of iniquity.

Solicit God’s assistance. He is more than happy to do so.
In Jesus’ name, you will fulfill your destiny!
God bless you with further understanding!


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