Failure to Commit Will Destroy Me

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Commitment is one of the most pivotal issues that’s on the forefront of the younger generations. Are we committed to our relationships, careers, or our kids? Today the average 25 year old will have worked 6 different jobs by that point in life. We’re still looking at a divorce rate that’s hovering around 50 percent. Then there is the fallout from the divorce rate which is a rise in single parent households. 12 million single parent families, of which 12 million 85% are single moms (Source).

This brings me to the question I want to ask myself and everyone reading this: Are we fully committed to Jesus? I truly believe if we are committed to Jesus then we wouldn’t have the plethora of commitment issues we see in society today.

As I take a step back and look at my own life I can see several dark times where I struggled with…

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One thought on “Failure to Commit Will Destroy Me

  1. Good post Jules. Thank you for sharing. In the few days I have been traveling, my own quiet time has been greatly interrupted. Once back in the routine of life, (my son woke up sick this morning so in all fairness to myself, not truly back in routine yet) But, I MISS my time with Jesus. Yes, I have stayed connected and sought to see His hand upon our lives, but I miss our personal time. Too much comes at me through the day without the Light to guide. Leaving me weak ankled on the path. Good post…choosing time with Him over everything.

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