Now I’m not one to offer trite advice or insensitive encouragement. The devastation of betrayal leaves no room for the damage that can cause, so I certainly don’t offer this post that way. But I felt led to offer some encouragement today.
The women who face this devastation head-on usually come to the end of themselves… but God is there too.
At my last “D-Day,” I decided that I was going to get something out of the crappy situation. And even if “all” that came of it was living alone, just me and God, there was something comforting in that thought.
While I can’t say where your relationship with your husband will end up, I do know this: Your relationship with God can become closer because of this mess.
This is where the strong undercurrent of peace and contentment can be created.
Not the be-a-good-girl-and-put-on-a-fake-smile pseudo-peace, but a
deep, abiding, unshakable peace…
no matter what your husband does.
It’s something worth aiming for.
It’ll take a good amount of hard work, but you can get there!
Before we get to the video, how has this affected your relationship with God?