How exciting to enter the world of blogging! Having just attended the Florida Christian Writer’s Conference, a new world revealed itself to me in my favorite class held there, Internet Marketing. Cyberspace calls to me. I still do not quite understand it but plan to learn all I can about it. Thanks for hanging in there with me as I weave my way into this mysterious world of “blogging”.
As I pondered my first article I would post, it became obvious to me as I read back through my personal goals for this blog. I want to talk about God first and foremost.
God saved my marriage. I could not have done it without him. Period. Too lost to know where to begin, I was overwhelmed with negative thoughts and emotions that only He could change. Thank you, God. As I look back at that horrific time, it amazes me to see how He gradually changed my thinking and attitude. Unfortunately for me (and my family), I allowed myself to wallow in the miry pits for quite awhile before I finally called out to Hi…
So you’ve been through serious difficulties in your
marriage and have struggled to forgive.
You don’t know that you truly love your spouse anymore. The state of marriage can be overwhelming
during these times, so what do you do? First of all, you need to make sure that you’ve
forgiven your spouse for any wrong that may have clouded your feelings of
love. Remember, forgiveness is a choice
- one you need to make every time you’re reminded of indiscretions against you. You can’t move on to a healthy marriage until
you forgive, as God forgave you. As for falling out of love, let me tell you how God
returned my love for my husband back to me. I thought I had fallen completely out of love with
my husband when we went through our marriage crisis. My friends at the time told me I shouldn’t
stay in my marriage if I didn’t love him anymore. (If you have friends that tell you this, they
are not your friends. I suggest you find
new ones.) I honestly didn’t see any hope in our marriage, and