Dating a christian divorced women
You see, the context is of the unfaithful spouse, the one who hurts his/her spouse deeply.It’s about being cruel to your spouse, the one that we should love and protect more than any other.We, as Christians, need to remember that there is none righteous, not even one (Romans ). There are enough of those around that I can turn to them to gain from their years of education and experience.We need to remember that Christ died for our pride and our lies just as much as he died for our divorces. However, not one of us was around to have full knowledge of what God intended when he gave the Holy Spirit inspired scripture to the authors.As I chose to surrender, he began to work in my heart and in my life. Tell him that you don’t want this journey, but you will take it as long as your pain is not in vain. Your friend in Christ, Divorced Dena This article is part of our larger resource: The Christian Woman’s Guide to Starting Over after Divorce: 7 In-Depth Steps to Take Starting Today.
It’s miserable to not fit in, especially at church.
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.
It is a decision that should be made in prayer and consultation with trusted biblical advisors.
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.