Partnering with God during Divorce and your Purpose in Life

Finding one’s purpose in life can be a daunting task, especially for those who have experienced major life changes such as divorce and the departure of adult children from home. 

The process can be even more challenging when attempting to navigate it alone.  

This is why partnering with God can be incredibly important when seeking to discover one’s purpose in life.

Divorce can be an incredibly isolating experience, leaving individuals feeling as though they have lost a significant part of their identity. For many, the process of rediscovering oneself can feel overwhelming, leading to confusion and a lack of direction. This is where a partnership with God can be incredibly helpful. Turning to God for guidance and support can help individuals to feel less alone, while also providing them with a sense of purpose and direction.

When searching for one’s purpose in life, it can be easy to become consumed with the question, “what do I want to do?” While this is an important question to consider, it can also be helpful to ask, “what does God want me to do?” By reframing the question in this way, individuals are able to tap into a higher power, one that can provide them with a greater sense of meaning and purpose.

Partnering with God can also provide individuals with a greater sense of peace and comfort during a time of transition. When feeling lost or uncertain, turning to God for guidance can provide a sense of clarity and reassurance. The Bible is filled with stories of individuals who faced uncertainty and challenges, yet were able to overcome them with God’s guidance and support. By seeking out these stories and reflecting on their teachings, individuals can gain strength and perspective as they navigate their own challenges.

Another important aspect of partnering with God when seeking one’s purpose in life is the sense of community that it can provide. Attending church and participating in religious activities can help individuals to connect with others who share their values and beliefs. This sense of community can provide a sense of belonging and support that can be incredibly valuable during a time of transition.

For divorced women with adult children who are looking for a new life path, partnering with God can be an incredibly powerful tool. By turning to God for guidance and support, individuals can gain a greater sense of purpose and direction, while also finding comfort and reassurance during a time of uncertainty. Through this partnership, individuals can connect with a higher power and a supportive community, helping them to feel less alone as they navigate their journey of self-discovery.

Angela Jo Colella

Angela Jo Colella