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Are Christians Responding to Divorce the Way God Intended?

I left my husband and it was not something I wanted to do. I dreamed of getting a man who was like my grandparents. They had been married for over a 72-year marriage. I felt that I was more madly in love with my spouse when he died than the day of our marriage. I did not want to do anything more on this earth than to have a marriage that went the distance. I wanted to show the world, life-changing power of prayer. Man’s Free Will Over the last seven years, I have learned the most important lessons of my life. A marriage takes two people committed to God and one another. On the other hand, divorce only takes one hard heart. Judgmental Christians are out there willing to quickly point failures of others, even to people who are hurting deeply. I realized that I was also one of those judgmental Christians. I am a sinner and in desperate need of a Savior. I learned that I like many other people have heaps and heavy loads upon ourselves, which are based on humanoid understandings of Holy Scripture. I also learned that the God I believe in is bigger than everything. My Father’s love and forgiveness go deeper than every sin committed and that I truly am a sinner and in need of forgiveness. I just learned that all I need is a Savior. I learned the lesson that God is mighty enough to take any pain, heartache, and any twinge to redeem it. God will make something beautiful from it. I also learned that God is good to me all the time. I frequently write about adultery and divorce because I experienced those things in life. I have experienced the redemption of my Father. I know this is not your life, and you experience a different life. I pray to God that you never have to endure any pain because it truly is devastation.

7 Tips To Keep Love in Your Married Life

Couples are constantly looking out for ways to ensure the success of their marriage and relationship. Married couples have a beautiful bond. As time goes on, the married life may become boring, monotonous and eventually your marriage will fall apart. There is no particular way to schedule relationship maintenance but there are some amazing ways that can keep the spark of love alive. In a marriage, love is the prime element that strengthens the bond. As long as the couple loves each other, no matter how many difficult situations they encounter, they will always be able to find the strength they need. To maintain love in your married life, and keep your relationship healthy and strong, here are 7 amazing tips. 1.The Little Things in Life Never stop doing the little things in life. It can be something as simple as holding hands while walking the street, helping your spouse around the house, or filling up gas at the gas station when your partner has to go on a long journey. It shows that you think about them and you care for them. There is always a way to show that you love your partner, you say it too, but the little things in life make your bond stronger. To make your partner feel in love with you every time you talk to them, you need to stay kind and show it through simple gestures. When your partner pours you a glass of wine or makes coffee for you, say thank you. When you want something from your significant other, say please. A little appreciation and manners can make your bond very strong. After all, the little things in life that matter the most.