Yes I believe that marriage is a covenant, not a contract. However, to say that our marriage is a covenant requires complete trust from both sides. I don't know if I fully trust her right now and I'm not sure if she trusts me 100% either. How do we build trust when we don't interact. I'm really struggling in this aspect.
Right now, I feel like we're practicing divorce - little to no contact, we only talk about civil matter regarding the house sale, I don't know where she lives, what she does, who she's in contact with, she's starting to show little to no interest in what I've been doing, and frankly I'm starting to have less and less curiosity to what she's been up to. Does that mean I don't love her anymore, NO... is that giving it to God and trusting Him - I think it is but there are times when I'm not entirely sure.
but I do remember "Be still, and know that I am God" Psalm 46:10
Still trust that He has a plan for me ... continue to follow Him and let Him show me.
What you have to see is that with the Lord, even if she does not accept Him. You will be happy. Any problem you have, lay it at His feet. Let Him handle it.
If she chooses to continue to reject Him, that is not your fault. But always be prepared to be that testimony.
very interested...im in the same boat as you are...starting to have less and less curiosity to what the mate is been up to. I start to feel better that I have the same feeling as you are about curiousity..... I strongly believe to shift focus and trust in god for a reason. I said to myself...worry about msyelf...let god handle in the mysterious way. Have FAITH......
Focus more on Christ each day. He will always get you through. And will bless you beyond what you could understand at the moment.