Have you ever wondered why so many "Christian Celebrities" crack under the pressure of fame and publicity? It was because they didn't allow the trials and tests of life to remove the spots from their lives. As I once mentioned, the removal is a process, which in many cases takes time. Sometimes, as soon as we make it out of the water and think the test is over, He will put us back in the fire because we need to be refined further, So, stop complaining and embrace the Word of the living God.
Think about the life of Abraham.
Read the Constitution: Genesis 12-22 chapters of the journey and faith of Abraham.
Anchors are designed to secure a ship, that's why they must be tested. It's too late to test them in an emergency. When a ship is heading toward a rocky shore, its anchor must hold. It is similar to when your family runs into problems, regardless what they are, you must hold. You as a father, husband and man, must hold that family together. If you are the oldest male living at home, with your mother and sisters, and your father is absent, you are the "father" of that house. Your mother wasn't designed to fill that purpose. Keep in mind, Jesus the Christ took over His family leadership after Joseph died. He made sure with His last dying breath that His mother would be secured in John's household after He was gone. He was being the sustainer of His mother.
Constitution: John 19:25-27 Now there stood by the cross of Jesus, His mother and His mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clapas, and Mary Magdelene. 26) When Jesus therefore saw His mother and the disciple whom He loved standing by, He said to his mother, "Woman, behold your son!" 27) Then He said to the disciple, "Behold your mother!" And from that hour that disciple took her to his own home.
When the anchor of a family fails, disaster is inevitable. If you walk out on your marriage, you will not only destroy a family, but you will also damage the community. If you're a pastor and things aren't going right, if you abandon the pulpit before God calls you to leave, you will cause problems in the body of Christ. That's not a decision affecting you only because you are called to be the anchor.
Remember, storms are only for a season. You are being tested to ensure your strength