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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-29-2019, 03:13 PM
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My faith is everything to me. It's my life. Pruning me means GOD loves me. Bc of stress I have no keep reminding myself to place it in His Mighty Hands. Flesh vs Spirit. No matter what happens between my husband and myself nothing comes between me and GOD and hubby knows!
I came on this site bc I know there has to be others who are suffering and battling the loneliness, etc.
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My husband and his former wife were/are both Christians. He was prepared to do whatever it took to work on the marriage. He prayed and fasted and believed that God would do a miracle or restoration. Well his wife then met a non Christian 3 times divorced man and had a relationship with him and divorced my husband. Still my husband would have been prepared to forgive and work on things because he doesn't believe in breaking promises made but she ended the marriage.

Anyway, we met not long after that and married after 9 months. Gods miracle he now realises was bringing he and I together, so he has a wife who loves and respects him, I have a lovely husband of 14 years, and my children have a great step dad.

God cant and wont force anyone to do anything, but He is brilliant at bringing good out of bad, but His answers are not always what we think is best at the time or what we expect.
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My husband and his former wife were/are both Christians. He was prepared to do whatever it took to work on the marriage. He prayed and fasted and believed that God would do a miracle or restoration. Well his wife then met a non Christian 3 times divorced man and had a relationship with him and divorced my husband. Still my husband would have been prepared to forgive and work on things because he doesn't believe in breaking promises made but she ended the marriage.

Anyway, we met not long after that and married after 9 months. Gods miracle he now realises was bringing he and I together, so he has a wife who loves and respects him, I have a lovely husband of 14 years, and my children have a great step dad.

God cant and wont force anyone to do anything, but He is brilliant at bringing good out of bad, but His answers are not always what we think is best at the time or what we expect.
@Diana7 Thank you for sharing this story.


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