Collaborate without boundaries

Love Promotes Intimacy

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I haven't posted in a few days, I've been completing the dares, but as usual no response from DH. I received our appointment for conciliation counseling yesterday. We will be attending on January 19th. It will be the first time I've seen or spoken to him in over 3 months. Today's dare was a good reminder of how I should act during that session. I should listen to him when he shares his thoughts, even if they are said in an attack. We are only guaranteed one counseling session, unless the counselor believes that our marriage is not irretrievably broken. I will be praying that our counselor is given wisdom and discernment to see God's will for our marriage.

  • That's a long time with no contact.  And even if some of the dares felt fruitless in doing them with no contract from him, trust that God is molding you with you reading them and attempting them.  Jan 19 feels close by, but in that is an infinite amount of time for God to work in him.  Seek not comfort from the world but in God during this time.  And trust that whatever happens is for the good of you since you love God.  

    Pray for when the appointment comes you have the words of the Holy Spirit to say.  

  • For God a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years is like a day. We can't even comprehend His time.

    Your husband has an opportunity to speak about what is on his mind and the more he says the more there is out there to work on. Let him speak as much as he wants because what he is speaking is real to him. Maybe if he confronts it he will be able to deal with it in a better way. I really think if my wife sat down and heard herself talk out loud she would understand how silly she sounds.

    I personally do not believe any marriage is irretrievably broken. If two people are serious about working on it then it WILL work. The best way to ensure that is with Jesus Christ right by their sides.

    "A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken."

    Ecclesiastes 4:12

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