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Just Lost Husband And Need Help
  
I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you feel. But God knows EXACTLY how you feel, and everything about you, and He will lead you back out of the dark. He is really the one who can help you cope. I don't know if I can help, but you can email me on the sight anytime. I am a good listener, anyway. Blessings to you!


Just Lost Husband And Need Help
  
I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you feel. But God knows EXACTLY how you feel, and everything about you, and He will lead you back out of the dark. He is really the one who can help you cope. I don't know if I can help, but you can email me on the sight anytime. I am a good listener, anyway. Blessings to you!


How Do You Find A Job
  
You are not a failure! Your life is not all about what you do for money. God has a plan for you. Share with your parents so that they can pray for and counsel you. That will help you keep the faith and hope. Tell everyone you know that you are searching for a job, and what kind. Contacts are a great help. Post on here what you are qualified for...someone may have an idea. God gave us free will to make choices, but we should ask for His guidance in making them.


Don't Meet Him If This Is An Issue
  
Some seem quick to judge your motives! I get the impression you are putting on the full armour of God and educating yourself with the Word before you meet this man, and I applaud you! We'd like to think this is not an issue when dating a Christian, but humans are sinful. When you are dating someone you are attracted to, temptation can sneak up on you. I think it is wise that you are preparing yourself ahead of time, and you are behaving very responsibly.


What Makes A Happy Marriage
  
Lots of great advice has already been given. I especially like what Katie's pastor says about marriage. One thing I would like to add is that the concentration should be on the marriage, not on the wedding. Perhaps your pals missed this point when they said their vows. Some of the best marriages I know started with the most humble of weddings, but this isn't to say that having a wonderful celebration is wrong. The point in any case is the marriage, not the party.


Husband Had Affair With My Friend
  
I am sorry for your pain! It is wonderful that you can forgive them, but has your husband confessed his sin and asked forgiveness? It sounds like they are both full of blame and are not taking responsibility for their own actions. I suggest you INSIST on Christian marriage counseling, and for your own safety, testing of your husband for STD's. God will not hold you to marriage vows if your partner is not faithful. Be sure your husband is willing to fully commit to you from here on out.


Would You Date A Blind Man
  
Rex,
Thought I should point out that there are 2 Tanya's posting on here...that doesn't happen very often in a small group! Hello "other" Tanya! I had the first "Tanya" post...I'm married but I hope the other Tanya contacts you! :) (That got confusing!)
I had a funny thought after reading one of your posts...you can point out what an advantage it could be to a future wife that you can read in bed without the lights on! No bright light in her eyes! LOL Tanya1566


Keep Exgirlfriend And Engaged Girl
  
In a word, NO! When my husband and I were first married we made a "rule" that we would not be alone with or communicate with members of the opposite sex privately. I do not email men, ride in a car alone with any man, meet a man alone...even an insurance saleman or something like that. I'm sure there are people who laugh about our "rules" behind our backs, but I have never in 18 years had reason to doubt my husband, nor he me.



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