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Should I Forgive My Husband

My kid's father wants us to be together again? Should I trust him again?

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 ---dashawn on 5/3/05
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we need more information before we can give you any intelligent answers.
---curt on 4/27/08


My sister for you to be asking these questions it really seems to me you are considering to give him a second chance. We all need a second chance. What I can tell you is this: "And above all things have fervent love for one another, for love will cover a multitude of sins.[1 Peter 4:8]"

-Osita
---Osita on 6/15/07


That is what you should do!
---gregg4933 on 3/21/07


experience teaches wisdom. Use wisdom.
---Eloy on 1/20/06


personaly speaking i would grab this oppertunity to be reconciled like water to put out an inferno! i once had the chance (or i thought i might of done) but i blew it. it might be the only marriage you will ever get.God is in the habit of saying the big N.O. to some of us the second time around, lonelyness is a little thing to him but a biggie to some of us.
---susanna on 1/20/06




Sister, the decision is yours along. No one knows more about him then you. We are ask to forgive and it is not something easy. Some have been hurt real bad. But forgiveness is good for us and our walk with God. I feel that sometimes God allows us to make mistakes for a purpose. To get our attention, teach us something, but we all know that He wants the marriage to stay together. How is your relationship with God? Ask Him for direction. You will know what to do.
---Lupe on 5/9/05


Why are you not together now?What is it that you have a trust issue about?Children usually want their parents together,they feel more secure.But is it the best thing to do?Have there been issues of abuse or infidelity?if so have those issues been resolved?need more info for a real answer.
---RUSSELL on 5/6/05


Are you married to him? There is a story in the Bible where someone asked, "How many times should I forgive my brother? Seven times?" Jesus replied, "Seventy times seven." Don't do the math because that's not what Jesus meant. He meant that we should always be forgiving just as He always forgives us, but that does not mean having to associate. If someone murders your spouse, do you forgive that person? Yes, but you do not have to invite him/her over for dinner! Email me at doroth3714 for more Christian information regarding your question.

God bless. Malachi 2:16
---Dorothy on 5/4/05


How many times has he violated your trust, and in what ways? Is it likely to be a recurring theme? Although you must forgive, as Christ forgave you, trust must be earned! Do his actions line up with what he says? Remember to "trust in the Lord, and lean not on your own understanding". Do ask yourself why you need this man in your life. God can supply all of your needs. If your trust has been violated, you can forgive, but you don't have to be foolish and trust someone who hasn't proven himself trustworthy. Seek God's will, and search His word. God bless you. Monica
---Monica on 5/4/05


Don't be harsh, take his considerations seriously and think of them. If he requests for that and there is the possibility don't hastate. We all make mistake and we are imperfect, so forgive him and bring him back. However you must agree and change your previous type of living to make it fruitful and enriching. Welcome him back because your in his heart already.
---deona9938 on 5/4/05




Has there been a divorce in this matter?
---Rlder on 5/4/05


Only you can answer that question. I would pray about it. Much depends on if he(the Ex) wants to for the right reasons. Is he asking for himself or for you and the children? Does he have a stable life, job, and income? Do his spending habits match his earning habits? What do you gain by his coming back? Can his ideas today be the same tomorrow and the days ahead? What do you give up upon his return to your life? WOW- You had best listen to God, and your head. Your hormones and emotions should take second options. Best wishes for what is best for your and your child.
---chuck on 5/4/05


You need to pray about it, there is power in prayer. Listen for the Lords voice. God is faithful who will not allow you to be tempted beyond that you are able, But with the temptation will provide the way of escape also, that you may be able to endure it. I Corinthians 10:13
---Tracy on 5/3/05


Did he ask for forgiveness? If he did, are you ready to forgive him? To make it easy, make a list of what he did that brought you and him to this state of separation. Then make another list of the positive things that could happen if you and him will be together again. Weigh things. If the positive outweighs the negative, then, it is proper for you to be with him again.Otherwise, don't. Pray for God's Guidance!
---linda6546 on 5/3/05


IS he your husband, or just the kids father? We do not know what has happened in the past.
---Jan on 5/3/05


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