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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.
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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.
It’s miserable to not fit in, especially at church.
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). God is the Redeemer of All Things Throughout scripture, we are given so many promises to show us that there is always hope!
I find it very interesting that there are three women who were remarried in the direct lineage of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Romans tells us that all things work together for the good of those who love God.
Zechariah tells us that God will repay two blessings for each of our troubles.
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 reminded me that I am his masterpiece, created to do good works (Ephesians ).