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Started by karen . Last reply by Dusty Martin Oct 18.
I am a 34 year old and mu hubby is 29 and we are newlywed today marks 5 months and already my marriage is off to a shaky start alot of our arguments is due to financial problems and also my…Continue
Started by Corrie Hicks Jun 22.
I am new to this site and will b sharing my story soon! Looking forward to getting to know this community. Just by reading the posts I know this will b a good place for me.
Started by karen . Last reply by Rose-Anne Cardwell May 2.
God WILL restore your marriage if you: humble yourself before God, repent, submit Fully to Him, and obey everything you read in His Word. This site will greatly encourage you to stand for your marriage forever: rejoiceministries.org
Will be going to site. I need to keep my hope and need the help of GOD to restore my marriage. I pray for all of you and Love to you in times of trouble.
Anyone out there who needs healing, help and restoration in their marriage, GREAT biblical advice and testimonials galore can be found at rejoiceministries.org
It is helping me to NOT GIVE UP!!!
Decree a thing, and it shall be established - [Job 22:28]
Where the word of a king is there is power... - [Ecclesiastes 8:4]
Men and Women of God --- Speak what you want, NOT what you see!!!
Kenny & Kimwww.iPastorpreneur.com
The most important thing is "don't be alone." Go to a friends house, go to church... I will pray for you. Your kids need you to be strong. Pray about what to do and have faith God will send the Holy Spirit to guide you. Easy for me to say... I have the hardest time waiting on God. I want to do it all myself and my way!! Call on friends and family. Go to a church and tell them your needs. Hope this helps and offers hope!!
im losing my husband and trying to stay strong and keep it together for our children what can i do
Good to join in here.
May God Help & Guide you All
I try and try and sometimes I still make mistakes when it comes to my marriage. I know God is with me and he knows and cares. I know I am not my mistakes that I am not a failure. I am a good person because I am made in the likeness and image of God. I can not listen to the self talk but I have to believe God's word. I am a good wife. Matthew 5 says
6Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.
7Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.
Thank you Lord Jesus I am blessed. I am not a failure. I am more than a conqueror. In the name of Jesus we win.
Hi Cynthia - I feel so bad for you! I will pray God open your husband's heart to him. I wish I had some "words of wisdom" to offer. Just know God is good and have faith you are where you are meant to be and that there is something for you to learn from this experience. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I joined this group VERY unwillingly. I hesitate to talk about the pain I'm going through ...in this marriage of 22 years. My husband is not a believer and is extremely abusive emotionally and verbally. There is zero trust left in our marriage. We have not been intimate for around three years. We do not see each other for more than five minutes in a day...and we live in the same house! He stays in his room and I stay in mine. the thing that breaks my heart is that I sincerely worked hard at being a good and godly wife....often I failed at that...but my attempts and desire to honor God in my marriage were sincere. I 've interceded for myhusband and 19 year old daughter (who no longer lives at home) for years and years.
I'm disabled and in constant severe pain. there is little I can do for myself anymore and my husband will not lift a finger to help me. He told me the other day that he is looking forward to my death. Cruelty like this is hurtful beyond words. And I'm ashamed to say that my response was less than godly. I hold very little hope for healing in this marriage...and yet am not willing to walk away from it. I don' t know what this group can do to help. But any words would be welcome.
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