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I believe God will bless you for following His will and teachings for your life. To carry it further, should a woman stay married to her husband if he is sexually abusing their daughter? However, is it really a Christian concept that it is preferable for a woman to put her life in danger with an abusive husband instead of divorcing him?
I do not believe dating would be unforgivable, but I do believe waiting on God's timing in this situation will draw you closer to Him. To carry it further, should a woman stay married to her husband if he is sexually abusing their daughter? Both of these examples would merit a divorce, and I'd be surprised if any Christians would disagree.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. This all may sound pretty out there, but I've heard many people say that they've done this and I only wish I was as spiritually mature as they are." I would seriously contemplate that. I'll be the very first to agree that divorce is quite often for all the wrong reasons and too hastily sought.
I think Alpha give some good advise when saying, "... I would also direct you to this study that deals with this very topic in depth. However, is it really a Christian concept that it is preferable for a woman to put her life in danger with an abusive husband instead of divorcing him? I'll be the very first to agree that divorce is quite often for all the wrong reasons and too hastily sought.
He then moved out and immediately moved in with another woman and within 2 weeks was throwing things and cussing at her. So my question is from a Christian point of view, can I date?
Just out of curiosity, does anyone know what exactly a 'bill of divorce' was in Biblical times?
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Sometimes what you once had becomes interesting again or becomes if I can't have her then no one will!!!
My friend was emotionally and spiritually devastated...
She felt she could no longer be a eucharistic minister (forgive my misspelling of the term) and did volumes of research in an attempt to find out whether she could have her marriage annulled.
God did not intend for marriage to be dangerous and/or predatory, I've even heard numerous preachers talk about abuse and clearly teach that an abusive marriage is not in any way, shape or form, biblical. First, he asked me how I felt my relationship with God was. Then he said to make a list of what I want in a relationship and in a man. Then he said that I should be okay to date and have non-sexual relationships and try to find a man that I would be interested in marrying once the paperwork gets done.
My thing is that I feel funny even dating and trying to let myself - in my mind even - want to be with someone else.