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Discouraged....

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  • So had a rough night once my wife got home last night around 11 pm, when I told her something about work and not having to be there so early. She must have texted him because he called me a liar and accused me of placing her in harm for driving home at 10 pm. I didn't reply to him but spoke to her about it and things went down hill. The argument ended and I prayed for peace and comfort to come over our home and to remove evil from it so the devil has no footholds there. I slept fitfully and prayed several times during the night for God to fill me with his Holy Spirit and Love. I then slept better. Today I woke up somber, but immediately began studying the 2nd Chapter of Proverbs and praying for His guidance. Things were okay between us and I apologized for last night. We spoke for a bit before I left and I confessed my love to her. She was mildly receptive and said that she still feels I have caused too much damage and doesn't care that God has forgiven me, she hasn't. She said it would be different if I had been a perfect husband, but since I haven't she is done. I let it go at that and instead left in prayer telling her and the children that I loved them all. I offered to take lunch or dinner home and she declined saying they were going to go do something. I told her to have fun and that I love our family and that I swas praying for her. I relying on His strength to carry me through as I am feeling discouraged and anxious. A friend just led me to 2 Corinthians 12:10, and it has helped calm my internal storm. When I am weak, he is strong, he is my protector in my time of need is my prayer...

  • Remember you are not God, there is nothing you can do to control the situation. You must leave her to Christ to deal with. When those moments of despair come and you want to talk, think about this... BE STILL, for I am God... Which means walk away be nice, be loving and leave it to Christ.

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