Chris D's Profile Location: , C28 Supporter since: 6/27/2010
Began my life with the Love of my Life and my Soul Mate 17 years ago. She was a signle parent Mom with three boys, I was single parent Dad with two girls and a boy. She is a career woman with the DOD, loves jesus, and I have been called to be a prayer intercessor and leader at a house of prayer in Ogden, Ut, where we moved to from Sacramento, 11 years ago. All six kids are grown and out of the house. Three are serving the LORD in a great way, three are on the fence.
"Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart." Ps 37:4
"I know the plans I have for you, to proper you, not harm you, and to give you a future and joy." Jer. 29:11
"No eye has seen, no ear has hear, no heart of man can conceive what GOD has for those who love Him." 1 Cor 2:9
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daniel@seekGodnow.orghey i read your prayer thing, and i really cant say that i have any idea what its like to be going through that, but im really glad that youre not pushing God away for it all. im sure that means so much to God. even when people have small incidents in life, such as losing their dog or something like that they sometimes turn against God for it, but im really glad that youre being sensible and faithful to Him. thats really important. i do want your wife to stay with you, especially for her sake - because if she separates herself from you, then she is clearly choosing to separate herself from God too, by willingly sinning. unless she repents for that sin, shell be separated from Him. she has to realize that she isnt her own, and that she belongs to you, and to God. remind her please that just like the church is Christs bride, she has to be yours, submitting to you and sticking with you and by being away and unlike the world, she has to really love you. she is only really loving herself if she leaves you, she is surely not loving God with that, nor is she loving you. if she does leave you, dont let her live one second of her life without knowing that she has sinned, i dont mean force her to feel guilty but dont let her believe she is off the hook - cause even if she divorces you, God doesnt believe in divorce except for fornication, so He will see her as still married to you. so she cant get the idea that she is single, at all. she cant think of marrying anyone or dating anyone or anything like that, cause as a married woman, it would be adultery, and it would always be adultery. as long as you are alive, she belongs to you. i do want you to forgive her for all shes doing but if she leaves, just forgive her and tell her that you do, but please make sure she realizes that she is still sinning, every moment that she remains apart from you is her living in sin. pray for strength and Gods will, and for your wifes relationship with God. these 3 things are all more important than you getting to have your wife, realize this humbly rather than thinking for yourself, though i dont think you are, im just saying. im really glad youre not giving up. youll be alright regardless of what happens, just stick to God and youll be fine.
3 Years Ago |
SarahIm praying for you and your wife, and I will keep the three kids in prayer as well. Hopefully they will soon come to Christ! I dont know how well this would work over that distance, but maybe you could try the Love Dare? Its a book ("The Love Dare") that is basically designed to win the unhappy party back when the honeymoon is over. Ive heard great results, but-haha-Im only a teen! =D May God bless you and heal you and your marriage!
3 Years Ago |
serenahi! im glad your here with us :) welcome, i read ur prayer request and hope all is going well. keeping you in prayer! god bless
Please lift up my wife, my best friend, the love of my life and my soul mate. We separated 14 months ago and she has now filed for divorce. There are no biblical reasons for this. She is tired of being married and taking care of me after having 14 surgeries over the past five years. In our 17 years we have helped many couples with marriage issues. We always, always encouraged couples that in Christ, divorce was not an option. She loves the Lord, she knows that diovrce is not of HIM, yet she has said that she is willing to face the consequneces and even live alone the rest of her life, however it is her hearts desire that "SOMEDAY", when I am completely healthly and she sees the change she wants and needs, that we might cross paths again and start over. I am 1200 miles away right now, at IHOPU. I love my wife, and I want the LORDS will, and we both know His will and His charcter, His heart and His word. Please pray for a spirit of wisdom and revelation to fall on her and rather than go through with this divorce, to remain a part and wait on the Lord. She has been hurt, and she has been deceived. Thank you Jesus, I LOVE YOU...