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Rev,Fr.Theresenathan June 12, 2013 at 12:40 pm

dear good to know some scriptural text to guide the couple in todays context. it is really helpful for ministers of the word of god.

ANSGAR MARY July 1, 2015 at 1:10 pm

My sister is living with us for the past 8 years. I and my husband separated her from her husband. I have 2 children. She dont have children. Shall I get her property and her jewels? or allow her to live with her husband?

Jack Wellman July 1, 2015 at 1:56 pm

I would talk to your pastor about this. Do you have a legal right to own these things? Why couldn’t she live with her husband? They are not divorced are they? Aren’t they still married? I guess I’m a bit confused here. Could you please tell me more? thank you.

pocahontas June 14, 2013 at 6:40 pm

I like this 1 because it tells us how we should treat our husbands and wives

Poonam Gangurde December 27, 2015 at 9:54 pm

Hello I am poonam Gangurde, working as a teacher. I live in a joint family (that include mother in law, father in law, brother in law, his wife and his son)since last 12 years of marriage .
Even I have two children one boy and one girl. Son is 2 years old and daughter is 9 years old.
For last 2 years we made the construction just above the ground floor. Now my wish is to get separated live an independent life with my family just above the ground floor, in that case we will not go far as well as we will maintain good relationship.
I am worried my husband is giving so many reasons for not getting separated, even my mother in law who takes all major decision, not ready to utter a single word of separation may be she is worried about her power in house. But in this I am missing my all good moments of life that I should have. I and husband have daily clashes, I am not able to give time to my kids and to myself, I am not able to fulfill my dreams.
Please suggest me what should I do.

Jack Wellman December 28, 2015 at 11:21 am

I am so sorry for where your marriage is at right now. What does God teach in His Word about annulments and divorce? You must realize that you do not have biblical grounds for divorce as he has not committed adultery. Paul teaches that “To the married I give this charge (not I, but the Lord): the wife should not separate from her husband” (1st Cor 7:10) and “if any brother has a wife who is an unbeliever, and she consents to live with him, he should not divorce her. 13 If any woman has a husband who is an unbeliever, and he consents to live with her, she should not divorce him” (1st Cor 7:12-13). Pray for this lost man. Talk to your pastor if you haven’t already done so and if not, why haven’t you spoken with him? Jesus died for us while we were still His enemies and wicked sinners (Rom 5:8, 10) and did not depend on His feelings. You mentioned “you feel” quite often but feelings are not sufficient grounds for divorce. I wish I could help you more but I must stay with what the Bible teaches. You said you “miss all your good moments of life that you should have” but the Bible doesn’t promise happiness but Jesus said the way will be hard and difficult and the road that leads to life narrow and “FEW” will find it. Your dreams are important but God’s will and His Word is supreme and you have no grounds for divorce.

Dion Johnson December 29, 2015 at 4:10 pm

I have been in an abusive relationship for over 10 years. I have prayed time and time again for his salvation, remorse, and love and time and time again I forgive him as the bible instructs me to. During this time we have had 3 children and the abuse has started to affect them. He has not worked most of the time we have been together, he has made decisions that have effected the entire family to include buthe are not limited to illegal acts and now that we are separated once again I do not want to feel guilty for divorcing him because I have not caught him cheating. What are your thoughts?

Jack Wellman December 29, 2015 at 5:43 pm

I am so sorry for such heartache Mrs. Johnson. What kind of abuse is it you’re speaking about? Is it physical or verbal or both? There is no biblical grounds from what you told me. What else can you do since you don’t have grounds for divorce from Jesus’ teaching? I would speak with your pastor about this. Have you spoken to him already and if not, why not?

Beth February 16, 2016 at 2:02 pm

Hi. I guess i dnt understand why weeping sorrow unhappiness and bitterness seems to be the christian wifes portion. Before we married my husband took me to his church( Jehovha Witness)he led me to believe he feared God. Married now 3yrs he sleeps out, drunk everyday. Thinks being a husband is paying rent and grocery wich dont even last to monthend. He doesnt tell me anything, there is so much pain.I have to ask him to pray for us and he does a 1 minute rehearsed prayer? What did i do to get such a man. Am i being punished for something? Does submission mean i keep quiet as he drowns us in uneccessary debt while we go nowhere? I pray for him but dont understand why men are so lazy spiritually. As a pastor yourself how would you advise me

Jack Wellman February 16, 2016 at 2:40 pm

Thank you Beth for your comment and question. I am so very sorry for such heartache. I am not sure if the pastor is still answering this, but I am a pastor and the senior writer here, although no more qualified than Pastor Evans but let me say first of all, a Jehovah Witness is not a Christian. I know this sounds harsh but we must speak the truth in love and JW are not Christian so you’re husband is not really saved, in all likelihood. For example, they see Jesus as a created being, and not as an everlasting, always-existing eternal God. By the way, due to his repeated adultery, you appear to have biblical grounds for divorce. I think you should tell your husband this and approach his church about it, including their so-called “pastor” of the JW “church.” Not all mean are lazy spiritually, are they? I would think not but anyway, here’s more about the JW and why you need to get out of there ASAP for it you don’t have the right Jesus, you don’t have the right savior. Please read this: http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/what-do-jehovahs-witnesses-believe/

Sara July 12, 2016 at 5:26 pm

I was in a devoted marriage, but fell away after awhile. After children and going through some very difficult times, we sat and talked in detail about MY indiscretions. It was at that time, I found out he had another interest, but had resisted any questionable contact. We’ve been reconciling our marriage and growing closer over the past 18 months. We date again. We sometimes pray together, but it is on me and not habit (yet). He is a better father than he had ever been. Just a month ago I asked if he ever wrote her and he said “Yes, I try to regularly”. I was shocked and hurt and I snooped, and found out he has bought her gifts, flowers and wrote her love notes. When I questioned him about it, he reminded me of all my wrong doings and said he was just being kind to another person. He still wants to be married to me, but acts like he has rights to be in touch with others. I’m not sure if he needs a stronger relationship with God, if he is retaliating (in a sense) or if there is any chance for us. I’m a prayer warrior now, and feel content staying in the marriage if that is God’s will, but I feel kind of like a fool for his actions.

Nahomi November 25, 2016 at 12:45 pm

I’m a married woman for last 12 years and blessed with kids. My husband is a believer but he is jobless since 5 years and I’m the only the bread winner for my family. My husband spends a lot of his time on phone calls and usually he attend the calls in private when I’m not around. Every day he spends 1-2 hours on phone call, and this has been continuing for 3 years, whenever I ask him to know, whom he calls so much, he does not like to reveal it to me. Seeing his behaviour I get upset.
I suggested him that he should go and stay with that person as the maximum time he spends is on the phone.
My kids are also seeing these things (the arguments).
I am stressed with many things -job, kids, household work etc,
I tried to ignore but seeing him following the same routine so rigorously, makes me frustrated.
Please suggest ..what to do if he not willing to change?

Jack Wellman November 25, 2016 at 1:01 pm

Have you talked with your pastor about this? Would your husband be willing to go to counseling with you? Have you asked for the prayers of the saints in your church, even if it’s “unspoken needs?” I suggest you try all of these things. Does he like going to church with you? Or do you all even attend? Have you ever told him just what you have written here?

Omar fountain February 6, 2017 at 1:13 am

Me and my wife have been together for 21 years. We have been married 6 of those years. I have cheated she has cheated more but i love my wife. How do i get my wife back. I fight and pray about it everyday. I am seeking God’s help now. I have tried it my way and it is not working. Now that i am the man He intended me to be in not putting away may wife, it seems she will never come back home. I repented my sins and sometimes i cry because my wife doesn’t see His vision of marriage. I have to have faith that my marriage works out. I am asking the world to help me reach God and pray for me and my wife that we come together like God intended us to. My fight will last forever in Jesus name Amen

Jack Wellman February 6, 2017 at 8:21 am

Have you both tried to get counseling with your pastor. Is your wife a Christian? You cannot make someone do what you want to do…only show them unconditional love and continue in prayer and ask your church members to pray for you as an “unspoken need” to keep your prayer request private. I will be in prayer with you sir.

Omar fountain February 6, 2017 at 1:29 am

I love my my wife and i need serious help. Please pray for my family. Amen

Omar fountain February 6, 2017 at 1:33 am

My family is falling apart. God please save my marriage . people help me pray

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