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Ruben D. Martinez May 26, 2018 at 8:28 am

Mrs. Pamela Rose Williams! What a beautiful message and the words ring so true! The devil’s tactic is to destroy the family and the truth in understanding love. I am hopeful and pray that all the Pastors unite, and unite the body of Christ to re-build His army! Time to take back what he is stolen. God bless you in all you do!

Pamela Rose Williams May 31, 2018 at 11:58 am

Thank you for your words of encouragement Ruben. I pray you are blessed for being a blessing.

Shannon Rooney June 3, 2018 at 10:57 pm

The Bible allows divorce; it is marrying again that is considered adulterous. The reference to a divided home contributing to instability is sophomoric. I would proffer that verbal and physical violence does a great deal more to contributing to instability.

Sign me,
A child who thanks God for the peace he brought me after my parents divorced,

Jack Wellman June 4, 2018 at 8:36 am

Hello Shannon. Surely a divided home can destroy a family, can’t it? Yes, God allows for divorce (for adultery) but would you really prefer physical violence more than instability? I hope you realize what you just wrote. Thank you anyway.

Pamela Rose Williams June 5, 2018 at 3:28 pm

Shannon, Thank you for your comment. I agree with you, the Bible does allow for divorce and I even said that in this article. In addition, marrying again is even allowed under the right circumstances. I challenge you to do some Biblical research on this subject.

I stand on my belief that divorce contributes to instability. Shuffling kids back and forth between parents interrupts routine and the lack of a good stable routine is the very essence of instability. This is not a “sophomoric” or juvenile thought. I share from my many years as an educator and Christ-centered Biblical counselor. I have seen divorce destroy families over and over again. I agree that violence is also a major contributor to the destruction of the family — just not one of my Top 4.

Nancy Vukovic June 4, 2018 at 10:00 am

The best possible outcome is for a couple to stay happily married. Obeying the Way and walking in the Spirit of the Lord makes this possible, even when times are tough and we have to swallow our pride or learn something uncomfortable.
If one partner is violent or abusive, of course the marriage is already over. That’s not a marriage. Children should not be exposed to violence! But just because the parents separate, there is no reprieve; parents will still experience times when they must swallow their pride and learn uncomfortable lessons.
Parents raising kids separately need all our love and understanding and support. This is how we can outsmart the devil–with Love.

Pamela Rose Williams June 5, 2018 at 3:29 pm

Hello Nancy,

I agree Amen and Amen.





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