Christian books dating after divorce
We have to be very cautious about taking a human interpretation and forcing it on others, lest we become like the Pharisees.Ultimately, your decision to remarry is between you and God.You don’t fit with the happy little families, all coming together to celebrate holidays and special events as a “complete” family.Even if you did fit in, there are time constraints. You begged God, night and day, to save your marriage. You gave your all for years and years, and you never saw anything except continued adultery in return.
And, it is a decision that should only be made when you (and your future spouse) have taken plenty of time to heal from your past hurts and to become as much like Christ as possible.They tell you that you must stand in the gap, praying for reconciliation with your ex-spouse. I entered marriage with a covenant mindset, with plans for until death do we part. You are struggling to reconcile the God who lovingly called you to him with the one other Christians are presenting to you. He has been exactly what I need on this journey, exactly when I needed it. But let’s be honest: God does hate divorce…and so do you…and so do I.That is your only option—other than remaining single for the rest of your life.sinned. As I began to look more deeply into Malachi , I found the context interesting.And, it’s often the sins of Proverbs 6 that lead to divorce. I am sure you have heard the arguments that you cannot remarry unless you want to live in adultery and risk your eternal soul. There are scholars who say remarriage is never an option.Since walking through my own divorce, I have come to the conclusion that God hates divorce because of the immense pain and suffering that it causes his children. There are scholars who say remarriage is only an option in the case of adultery.