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TONIGHT Join "Healing Through Faith" with Warriors for Life (WFL) -"Honoring A Commitment!"

Come join Veteran SGT Steve McFarland TONIGHT for "Healing Through Faith" addition of Warriors for Life (WFL) Virtual Group Support Community Services.


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TONIGHT's Topic: "Honoring A Commitment!"


Divorce courts are showcases for broken commitments, but it hasn't always been this way. Over fifty percent of the people who say "I do" will say "I don't" sometime in the future. Those marriages may last for many years before they dissolve or just a few days as my most recent one did. Why do people say "I do" and then say "I don't"? Why was there so much hope when they said "I do" and yet they are hopelessly broken when they say "I don't". "Til death do us part" has become "Til death or disconvenience do us part". What happened to their commitment?


Honorable people kept their commitments, even if that commitment was to someone who had died several, even hundreds of years earlier.


Did Abraham ever see his offspring settled in the land that God had promised him? Of course not, but that didn't keep God from honoring His promise to Abraham.


Did Abraham live to see the day when all nations would be blessed by his offspring? Of course not, but that hasn't kept God from honoring His promise to Abraham, a promise that God is still fulfilling today.

Did Isaiah live to see the day when his Messianic prophesies, God's promises to send a Messiah, were fulfilled? Of course not, but that didn't keep God from honoring His promises to both Isaiah and to the children of Israel.


There was another very special commitment that the person to whom the commitment was made never saw it fulfilled. David developed a very special bond with King Saul's son Jonathan, and David made a very special promise, a commitment, to Jonathan.


Jonathan knew that he would never be king, because God, through the propet Samuel, had already anointed David as the next king. In those days, it wasn't unusual for the new king to "eliminate" any possible threats to his kingdom by the previous king's heirs. Yes, "eliminate" means SLAUGHTER. So, Jonathan asked David to spare him and his children when he became king, and as we will see, David went way above and beyond in honoring that commitment, but, before I give too much of this story away, let's look at it from the Bible.


Tune in TONIGHT for "Healing Through Faith" session with Veteran Steve McFarland for a discussion about Honoring A Commitment!"


Warriors for Life "Healing Through Faith" – Tuesday (TONIGHT), 23 March 2021 at 4:30 PM PT, 5:30 PM MT, 6:30 PM CT, and 7:30 PM ET


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Veteran SGT Steve McFarland will be the Host TONIGHT and is inviting you to a RingCentral meeting.


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Meeting ID: 462 390 7474


Thanks,


Steve McFarland

"Healing Through Faith!"

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