Updated: Mar 10
Mature Christian leaders will always advise that if people leave their Church - end well, meet with the leader, explain and seek their blessing and inform the new Church leader that you have done that. It’s the same in a job, even a volunteer post.
Most people however struggle with that, either because of anger, indifference or embarrassment. We all knows life happens, things change, so it’s not the circumstance we should try to stop but how we handle ourself during it.
Be in faith for your next step, it might well be the best thing you’ve done. Make sure though no one is able to trow stones because one chapter of your life didn’t end well. Philippians 2:1-2 suggests ‘unity through love, by like minded, in one accord, of one mind’. (NKJV). God smiles on our willingness to be humble in the service of Him, Jesus the King.
To begin a new chapter in life, make sure the last chapter, finished well.
Father, even in difficulty, please give me the faith and grace to round things of well, Amen
Whenever seasons change in life, seek the wisdom of the oldest friend, the wisest person, the loving family member, then pray, then make the decision.
(NKJV) Scripture taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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