Unequally Yoked

When you and your spouse don’t have the same spiritual perspective, it affects every area of your marriage. To name a few- it affects how you argue, how you solve problems, how you parent and your priorities. Some days, I’m ready to throw in the towel. Other days, I feel there is hope when I reflect on the power of God. This is my biggest daily challenge.

I would give up all my material possessions, and we are very well off, to have a close spiritual bond with my spouse. It’s very lonely to be married to someone you can’t see eye to eye with on life issues. My struggle lies in whether to stay and fight because God never gave up on me or leave to avoid my kids being passed down generational curses. If I stay, I feel as though I’m selling my soul for material comfort. If I leave I feel as though, I’m giving up of the promises of God- He is able to do exceedingly more than we could ever ask or think.

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