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You can take your dating relationship and magnify it about ten or twenty times and that is what your marriage is going to be like. Even when two people really love each other and both are working at it, it is still tough. Five months after we were married, I became pregnant and had a beautiful little girl. We were married three years when things happened which made me realize that he did not love me, that he never would love me, that he was not a good father, and that he was not a responsible husband. My first and foremost mistake was that I did not accept and maintain a steady relationship with God.
Television, books, movies, songs--all these things that influence our lives these days make you think that you can pull another trick out of your sleeve to make everything hunky-dory. You do not change a person..matter how much you love them. It was me loving him and trying to make him love me, trying desperately to please him, sacrificing my own feelings. I could not handle it any more, so we were divorced. If I had done this, I would not have found myself in the position I was in.
Joe and I were having problems in our dating relationship. I tried to stop it, but he just would not accept it. I lived in constant fear he was going to go out and find someone else and he did exactly that.
I had evaluated our relationship and to put it bluntly, it stunk! But I thought in the back of my mind, "If we get married, everything is going to be different. He is going to take care of me, and he is going to care for me. You do not change a person no matter how much you try and no matter how much you love them. I did not want to admit it because I wanted our marriage to work. But a month after the baby was born, things slipped back into what they were--him losing his temper, leaving me alone with the baby all the time and me carrying the load, trying to raise a child and support our family.
Many are being saved and helped through these simple Bible lessons.