Dating a divorced christian woman
Honoring and upholding the marriage vows brings honor and glory to God.
Sadly, divorce and remarriage are widespread realities in the body of Christ today.
I am dating a married man.......is the frst time I have said it, printed it or even admitted it.
My story is long..please be patient, and please give me feedback. Nothing out of the ordinary at first, I am a dedicated worker and do my job well so that is where my focus was.
It's just not true......it's been almost 7 months and statstics show most "SEX affairs" fzzle out after about 4 months.
He has been sick and in the hospital 4 times, he had a job change so was unemployed for a few weeks and I never left his side.
His ex now is getting ther oldest daughter upset regularly, by crying, havng meltdowns and doing just immature things, so he gets these phone calls from his daughter...sometimes she loves her dad and yet then she tells him how horrbile he s for doing this to her mother.
I am amazed at this blog the ex follows...led by a man who says he was in a midlife crisis so he knows husbands will go back eventually no matter what. He tells them even if husbands remarry to wait they always go back to the first wife.?????
We know Jesus saves, we know sn is forgiven....we both struggle with our love being wrong when neither of us have ever wanted to be with someone so much.
The divorced person must remain unmarried for life thereafter.
Divorce, while not God's desire, is sometimes unavoidable.
Marriage was the first institution established by God in the book of Genesis, chapter 2.
It is a holy covenant that symbolizes the relationship between Christ and his Bride, or the Body of Christ.