Stop Apologizing For Your Divorce


Can you fathom this type of relationship with someone? Someone you loved? Someone YOU DIED FOR?

Church, what are we doing?

Aren’t you tired?

Aren’t you thirsty?

No matter what; the Blood of Christ WORKED.

I am not divorced. I may not even know you personally, still, my heart longs for you to walk in the freedom of believing, your salvation took. Accept the gift of your inheritance. The only thing left to do is BELIEVE you are forgiven. And then, start talking about something else. You can’t please the world, they may see a big ole’ scarlet letter on your breast, but the keeper of the stars only sees His perfect, blameless, little girl.

He can’t love you anymore than He does at this moment.

He can’t forgive that which is already pardoned… Or be made to move any closer than He is right now.

Let Him show you the truth about how He sees you friend, your path will be so illuminated you won’t be able to contain the joy.

Start right now by stopping the apology.

It is finished.

May your floors be sticky and your calling ordained.  Love, Jami

Romans 12:2 (ERV) “Don’t change yourselves to be like the people of this world, but let God change you inside with a new way of thinking. Then you will be able to understand and accept what God wants for you. You will be able to know what is good and pleasing to him and what is perfect.” 

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Jami Amerine
Jami Amerine
Jami Amerine is a wife, and mother to anywhere from 6-8 children. Jami and her husband Justin are active foster parents and advocates for foster care and adoption. Jami's Sacred Ground Sticky Floors is fun, inspirational, and filled with utter lunacy with a dash of hope. Jami holds a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences (yes Home Ec.) and can cook you just about anything, but don't ask her to sew. She also holds a Masters Degree in Education, Counseling, and Human Development. Her blog includes topics on marriage, children, babies, toddlers, learning disabilities, tweens, teens, college kids, adoption, foster care, Jesus, homeschooling, unschooling, dieting, not dieting, dieting again, chronic illness, stupid people, food allergies, and all things real life. You can find her blog at or follow her on Facebook at or Twitter at, and check out her Jubilee Road Podcast.

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