Christian chat thread
Posted 29 August 2009 - 10:08 PM
Dressed in pink, makes the boys wink.
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Posted 30 August 2009 - 09:21 AM
Things are going heaps better for me, I've really settled down and found my groove. I'm not attending church yet but I'm doing lots of praying and Bible reading and learning lots. I never really 'left' being a Christian but I certainly wasn't actively doing anything about it, and when I wrote that post back in May a lot of things had hit me all of a sudden and I knew I wasn't living the life that I should have been. So in a sense I felt like a brand newbie Christian all over again. I'm a lot calmer now and accepted that I'm still human, just with certain ideals and a lifestyle to aim for.
Playing together on Rainbow Bridge
Posted 13 October 2009 - 09:20 AM
sorry i know this is off the topic in here but i need prayer for my mum. she has bad spine/leg pain and its making her life like hell. im a christian woman but she is not. i just want her to get better. thanks
i never knew this thread was here im so busy in the wedding section lol but think its cool it is here
Posted 13 October 2009 - 09:50 AM
The main one is my marriage...I knowingly married a non-Christian, which is bad, according to the Bible. I've been looking for support lately with my feelings about my husband not going to heaven, and trying to figure out how I can cope with that enough to get through the day, and everywhere I turn I see stuff about how if you become a Christian after marriage, that's okay, but if you willingly married a non-Christian when you were a Christian, that's very very bad and basically it seems that people think you deserve what you get. I just cannot see my marriage or my happiness with my husband as a sin. I am so happy with him, and we have the best relationship, and he is a fantastic husband and I know he's going to be a fantastic father as well. I love him SO much. Is that not enough? He has never restricted my religious beliefs at all, and he is happy for me to educate our children in whatever way I want with regards to religion. WHY have I done the wrong thing? I just don't understand.
Hi Piper, i know you wrote this a while ago and you've said things are looking up now which is great but I just wanted to comment in this anyway... I feel the main reason the Bible mentions marrying someone of like-faith is to ensure that they are not going to 'bring you down' so to speak and be unsupportive to your faith and your spiritual wellbeing. The Bible mentions not being 'unequally yoked with an unbeliever' as in two oxen yoked together working in the field side by side, of complete support to each other.
However if your husband is still supportive of your faith without being a Christian himself he is still supporting you and your spiritual wellbeing. Obviously you would still want him to have the same spiritual goals in life and eternal hope for the future, but your relationship is not detrimental to your faith at all by the sounds of things, so I wouldn't see it as a negative. Just my thoughts anyway.
~12th November 2005~
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