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  1. I just found you website. I am so thankful. I was married for over 27+ years. My X-husband has had multiple affairs even with my x-friend. She have 7 young adults. He thought it would be better to tell th e kids about the affairs while they all were all in school. I had to deal with the end of my marriage an the emotional wellbeing of seven kids. It was not easy. I was lead to believe that it was my fault because I was going to school and working part time and taking care of the house and kids. I was told that I needed to pray more and forgive him, but I still needed to be a good wife. I was told that God would hold me responsible for his salvation and his girlfriend salvation. I was to pray for both of them and wait for him to come home. Even after her married her just twenty days after the divorce was finalised. I still have people telling me that marriage is for life and it is a gift. I have read and joined several email cities that encourage that the faithful spouse has all the shame and responsibility. I was informed that I should make him look good in the eyes of the kids. I would like to email you for more scriptures and a better understanding.

    1. You are not responsible for another person’s salvation. Not your ex-husband’s. Not his girlfriend/wife. Not even your children’s. We each are answerable for our own choices and actions (see 2 Corinthians 5:10), and that includes our decision/action to accept or reject God’s call to repentance and offer of salvation.

      You can email me at info@divorceminister.com

  2. He married her after the divorce was finalised.
    I still will not talk to him, some of our children talk to him. He tells people that God wanted him to be happy and what ever he does is forgive. Because he is God’s favorite.

    1. His god wants him to be happy. The God of the Bible tells us that “Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching…” (John 14:23b, NIV). Those teachings include the Ten Commandments, which he obviously has broken (likely more than one) to “be happy.”

  3. Thank you so very much for putting the truth out their. I was fighting with myself over what I should do. The now adults are starting out on there own paths in life. God Bless you and your family and all that you do to bring this out into the world.
    Thank you and God Bless.
    Daphne

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