My Divorce Hurt Me, Plus Others!Divorce Hurts!

 

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My divorce hurt worse than anything I could imagine. In our society, even with Christians, divorce has gotten out of control. ~ Bill Greguska

Matthew 5:32  But I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, makes her the victim of adultery, and anyone who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.

 

Marriage was God’s plan from the beginning. God hates divorce, and so do I. God knew that my divorce hurt! I understand the pain involved in going through a divorce; it is like ripping one flesh into two…Here are some encouraging scriptures about divorce.

 

 

 


If You Have Done All You Could To Save Your Marriage?

Then Turn The Page And Heal From Your Divorce!

 


 

Divorce Has Gotten Out Of Control In Our Society!

My Divorce Hurt, And Your Divorce Will Too!

Two people can love each other, have a family, and then the next thing you know, they are divorced?

Like most other people’s divorces, my divorce does not only hurt themselves, but it trickles down to each immediate family member and their close friends.

It goes further to others who knew the couple. They tend to take sides with their closest friend of the two.

My divorce hurt, and if you get one, yours will hurt more than you could imagine, and the after mass lingers on and on.

The only ones in a divorce that benefits are the lawyers.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Some Ideas To Avoid Getting A Divorce Are:

Taking the time to date your partner for at least one year before even thinking about making any wedding plans is very wise. Then set a date to be wed one more year is an excellent rule of thumb. People rush into marriage with their hormones instead of their brains quite too often, and those relationships often end up in divorce. Anyone can put their best foot forward for six months to a year to get what they want, but then reality sets in, and you find out who your partner is sometimes, which can cause many problems.

You need to treat your partner as more important than yourself, be patient with how they do things, always love and respect them even if you do not feel good about something or feel like loving or respecting them.

Always keep your word, be faithful, be willing to do anything for your spouse, enjoy laughter together, encourage each other, play and have fun together, work as though you are teammates, be romantic and thoughtful, pray together and stay together!

 

 


 

 

The Top 10 Things I Learned From My Divorce The Hard Way.

  1. God has to be the very center of the marriage AT ALL TIMES.
  2. Husbands, do all you can do to love your wife!
  3. Wives respect your husband!
  4. Your spouse ought to be your best friend!
  5. You are a team, and do not ever forget that!
  6. Put your partner’s wants and needs ahead of your own!
  7. Go into dating, you need to keep both eyes wide open, and when you are married, you need to make sure you close one!
  8. The word divorce should never be said or even thought of!
  9. Forgive, forgive, and forgive some more! Love, love, and love even when it is difficult!
  10. James 1:19 My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry,

 

 


Divorce Is The Ripping Of One Flesh Into Two!

Society makes light of subjects such as divorce and sin in general. No wonder the world is the way it is. Who knows where it is going without the Lord’s intervention in the lives of all of us?

Divorce, without a doubt, is one of the worst things I have ever gone through. I thank God for walking with me through it. I recommend that everyone who is married get their lives in line with God and each other before something like this happens to you.

 


 

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