It has been a long, tough road, but my God is in the process of redeeming every hurt and pain I have experienced.
And then there are those well-meaning Christians who want you to know that you have failed Christ by your divorce. 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.
I am sure you have heard the arguments that you cannot remarry unless you want to live in adultery and risk your eternal soul. Here’s a quick thought for you: the lineage of Christ recorded in Matthew 1 lists a prostitute (Rahab, who eventually married Salmon), an adulterous couple (David, who married Bathsheba after having her husband murdered), and a widow (who married her kinsman-redeemer, Boaz). When this journey began for me nearly six years ago, I wasn’t sure I believed those promises. Read about Christian divorce and remarriage including advice and help from a Christian perspective. When this journey began for me nearly six years ago, I wasn’t sure I believed those promises. Though divorce was mentioned in the Bible, it was never God’s desire or intention for man. Among all other problems and vices, divorce is one of the most impacting negative influences on a family, society and even within the Church yet it is growing at an alarming rate. Please note that though Moses initiated laws of divorce in the Old Testament due to certain circumstances, it did not mean God changed his mind, but rather it was because of the sinful hearts of man. Outside these grounds mentioned above, many people still find many reasons to break their marriages, essentially because divorce (which means putting away) is usually a result of little putting away or put offs, which could be caused by resentment and feelings of dissatisfaction with one’s spouse. Indeed there are so many ifs that trouble peoples’ minds that ultimately culminate in separation and divorce for things to be better.
If people have biblical convictions God’s perfect will for marriage, it would become easier to reject divorce.
Simply put, divorce for reasons other than those named above here is going against God’s plan, which is a sin. My husband is a choir master but his wickedness to me and the children is unbearable; should I continue with him? My wife is highly paid and is richer than I; but she does not want to drop a single kobo to support the home. In my candid opinion, when a Christian is not sure on this or any subject, he or she should choose to take the high-ground of principle over preference.
This is also true, because the key to succeeding in marriage, which Marriage Alive preaches, is not finding the right person.
About Latest Posts Guest Writer Latest posts by Guest Writer (see all) Against all odds – God gave The Idahosa family miraculous babies - May 11, 2016 How Mother’s Day came about - May 5, 2016 Are you walking your talk? Then while online, in a Facebook group, I shared how I had been through a similar situation, as someone else. God uses our scars to help others who are struggling with the same things we’ve struggled with. I am blessed to have met a multitude of people who know exactly what my burdens and scars feel like. It seems as if people everywhere want you to wear a large, scarlet letter “D” around your neck.
If you have full-time custody of your children, you are so busy trying to juggle work and kid schedules and your many other responsibilities that you have no time to search out a new circle of friends. And yet now that you have given your life to Christ, you find people telling you that you must remain single.


I find it very interesting that there are three women who were remarried in the direct lineage of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
But God reminded me that he loves me, that I am his chosen child, his treasured possession. All you need to do is surrender, ask him to do a mighty work in you so he can do a mighty work through you. She delights in taking the everyday events of life, finding God in them, and impressing them on her children as they sit at home or walk along the way (Deuteronomy 6:7).
This is why in almost every culture; the celebration of the marital vow is cherished, honored and filled with joy.
Why do people who vow to live together for ever suddenly wake up and break that commitment?
14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband; otherwise your children would be unclean, but now they are holy. This is where Christian leaders must strive hard to steer couples away from the thought or prospect of divorce, and encourage them to stay together and work things out by God’s grace. Should I continue to live with a wife-beater who has beaten me to the extent of losing two separate pregnancies? Things happen beyond our control, and we just have to learn to pick up the broken pieces, bandage up our scars, and move on. Afraid of what others will think or say? Afraid to ask another what they are going through? It is only by the Holy Spirit and strength from God that I am able to write down my thoughts and my story.
They tell you that if you remarry one day, you will forever be living in an adulterous relationship, surely condemned to eternal hell. You are struggling to reconcile the God who lovingly called you to him with the one other Christians are presenting to you. It’s about being cruel to your spouse, the one that we should love and protect more than any other.
Let me just say that anyone who is throwing Malachi 2:16 at you needs to stop and take a look at Proverbs 6.
There are enough of those around that I can turn to them to gain from their years of education and experience. We have to be very cautious about taking a human interpretation and forcing it on others, lest we become like the Pharisees.
I had dedicated my life to him, and the “blessing” I received was a husband who was unrepentant of his adultery. He gently reminded me that he has been with me all the days of my life and that he wasn’t going to leave me now. Tell him that you don’t want this journey, but you will take it as long as your pain is not in vain. It’s about being cruel to your spouse, the one that we should love and protect more than any other.
He gently reminded me that he has been with me all the days of my life and that he wasn’t going to leave me now.
Tell him that you don’t want this journey, but you will take it as long as your pain is not in vain. The truth is, as long as people live outside the plan of God for marriage, they would continually have marital difficulties serious enough to contemplate divorce. If God hates divorce, and He planned marriage as a life-time union for man, how come we seem to like and indulge in it?


Infidelity is a sin, yet the bible urges us to forgive the wrongs of others so ours may be forgiven by God.
15 But if the unbeliever departs, let him depart; a brother or a sister is not under bondage in such cases.
Perhaps the greatest reason why Christian marriages fail is because couples fail to govern their homes according to Christian principles! But how many of these leaders’ have sound marriages or biblical foundations to champion this goal?
He is the president of Stay Alive Int’l, an organization committed to promoting right living. Not too many people totally understand, but those who do, know how important knowing that, really is.
You don’t fit with the happy little families, all coming together to celebrate holidays and special events as a “complete” family. And, even if you could find friends and activities, there’s no money for child care for an occasional evening of adult fellowship. They tell you that you must stand in the gap, praying for reconciliation with your ex-spouse.
You gave your all for years and years, and you never saw anything except continued adultery in return.
We, as Christians, need to remember that there is none righteous, not even one (Romans 3:10).
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. In John 11, Jesus proclaims that he is the resurrection and the life; he will take you from the death of divorce and breathe new life into you. He has given me a much deeper understanding of his love and his grace, a more intimate relationship with him. You can read more of Dena’s experiences with her Great I AM on her blog Dena’s Devos.
And, even if you could find friends and activities, there’s no money for child care for an occasional evening of adult fellowship. If you want to quit your marriage and move to another presumably better one, you might just be courting more trouble for yourself.
We need to remember that Christ died for our pride and our lies just as much as he died for our divorces. It is a decision that should be made in prayer and consultation with trusted biblical advisors. And 1 Peter 5:10 says that the suffering won’t last forever but one day he will have you put together and on your feet again. I was once called, and can never be disqualified because his call is irrevocable (Romans 11:29). And he is the giver of new life, the one who can resurrect our lives from the death of divorce. 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. I truly believe with Job that the second half of my life will be more blessed than the first (Job 42:10).



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