Husband Sees Other Woman
Is it right that a husband spend all of his time with another woman than with his wife? Give me some biblical help as to what I can do. He won't have anything to do with me.
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---Ann on 1/22/07
Helpful Blog Vote (6)
The responsibility of a woman is to God then Herself and then to her husband.
If he has gone whoring then she is free to chose what is best for herself.
To stay or go is her choice as laid out in the bible concerning being married to a non believer ,a heathen man . His actions identify him
---william on 3/1/08|
Ann...Why do you think your husband prefers to be with this other woman?
---Susie on 2/29/08|
In addition to prayer, I suggest you see if he is interested in marital therapy, or at least working on the marriage. If he does not want the marriage and is set on having an affair with this woman, let him go, and keep praying. You would then have grounds for a divorce. Be prepared for anything and trust God for everything.
---Madison1101 on 7/4/07|
I use to think why when a guy marries, shouldn't he just be able to have other friends who are girls, and likewise should we not be able to go out with a guy friend here and there, innocent, right? Wow was I ever wrong. The guy ran off with the other girl and sealed the deal, leaving his wife behind. Stuff happens.
---Cynthia_1 on 3/3/07|
Guys why don't you get a little real it is life. people get carried away. it can happen to any one. CE LA VIE
---Bachore on 3/3/07|
This woman doesn't say anything about who the woman is. Could be his mother?
---Susie on 1/23/07|
There is an old saying, "A contented cow -bull in this case - will not leave the pasture". (Really don't this this is true, but it does have a good point and that is, "Why" is he spending time with this other woman than with you? Marriage counseling is order of the day. (A professional Christian Counselor - not a friend or pastor). Giving Bible references may help you, but I doubt if it will help him.
---wivv on 1/23/07|
No. Not right.
Pro 6:27 Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned?
why a man would do this
wife wines - not an excuse
wife selflesh - not an excuse
a boy still needing to play. Not a man owning his responsibility
1Ti 5:8 But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.
---TDG on 1/23/07|
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