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Question (from Facebook community): “My husband is currently unfaithful; however, he is still living with my kids and me.  He won’t leave until the divorce is final.  How do I behave?” I can’t even imagine living in this kind of situation.  It sounds like torture to me, so my heart goes out to the one who asked the question.  (And even sadder, I know of more than one person who is going through this.)  I’m going to pass along two»
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When I counsel couples who are experiencing the affects of infidelity one of the most common things I hear them ask for is an example of a couple who has been where they are and restored their marriage. Usually the only time we hear of infidelity is when a couple gets divorced. Hence when a couple is facing this challenge, the only examples they know of are failed marriages. This compounds pain and betrayal with hopelessness. Gary and Mona Shrive»

“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care” Theodore Roosevelt In February, popular Australian TV celebrity Charlotte Dawson took her own life. As I was pondering this article trying to gain inspiration, my wife Helen arrived home from work with the news that one of her work colleagues has committed suicide. According to SANE Australia (a mental health education organisation) mental illness affects approximately 20% of the population in which 14% suffer from anxiety related illnesses while 6% depression related illnesses (I would ima ...

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“Their mother has been unfaithful and has conceived them in disgrace. She said, 'I will go after my lovers, who give me my food and my water, my wool and my linen, my olive oil and my drink.'She has not acknowledged that I was the one who gave her the grain, the new wine and oil, who lavished on her the silver and gold — which they used for Baal.” – Hosea 2:5-8Idolatry is placing our hope in anything other than God. In this passage, God i»
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2 Chronicles 26:16 His pride led to his downfall. He was unfaithful to the Lord his God. Proverbs 16:18 Pride goes before distruction, a haughty spirit before a fall. James 4:6 But he gives more grace. Therefore it says, “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.”   3.27.13 Don't we all love those moments when we can look back on something and be proud of what we've done? It's true! I know I like to be proud of some things»
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Every wandering eye, every unfaithful thought starts from the same place. Hunger. Emotional and physical needs aren't being met. "Love cups" or "love tanks" aren't filled and a person is left feeling empty and in need.An affair never starts with the intent of being unfaithful. It starts when someone else, a stranger, a coworker, meets a need that isn't being met at home. Maybe it's listening and relating. Maybe it's paying a long-needed complimen»
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I don’t think I’ve ever had a life verse but there have been several passages that have spoken directly to my heart time and time again. 1 Corinthians 10:13 is a promise that I have held onto more times than I can count. It has kept me, counseled me, and shown me some very important truths about God. Scripture has a tendency to do that. Promises in the Bible usually tell you things about God that help your heart to see Him, and remind yoursel»
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My heart is pounding as I grab the groomsman’s arm and walk down the walkway, between pews of wide-eyed guests. Somehow we make it down the aisle in one piece, and both assume our positions on opposite ends of the alter. I watch as seven bridesmaids follow me, all carrying bouquets and on the arm of a gray-suited groomsman. Then, the music changes and all of the guests stand and look towards the back of the chapel. From where I am, I cannot see»
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Last night my husband and I were up late, reflecting on our own relationship, as well as the good and bad seasons that we’ve had so far in our almost 3 year-long marriage. Currently, we are in a very happy season; we’re getting along very well, enjoying each others’ company, and we’re feeling totally in love! but there is a reason why I call it a “season”. It isn’t always like this, and while I hope to have more happy seasons as ou»