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Jeanette Sullivan (Guest) (08/16/2008 21:55)
The first time I read this message was in 1984 after my husband had left me with two young sons. I was a very young Christian, and I was dating an unbeliever. I didn't take this message very seriously, but after a very short time when the man I was dating realized that I would not have sex with him, he found someone who would, and ended up breaking up another woman's marriage and when she moved in with him, she gave up her husband and child for this man. I soon learned that this is a very wise lesson to learn.
Nathaniel Dede-Bamfo (Guest) (09/14/2008 18:52)
I first read this article in 2007 whilst in Ghana. It redirected my focus and has saved me from so many unassuming mistakes. I have shared it with many other believers too and they were blessed highly. It is indeed a must read for every Christian single who wish to marry. It may seem light and insignificant on the surface, but it is life and spirit to the one who will heed.
Christopher (Guest) (01/06/2009 13:31)
To all Christians in relationships with unbelievers... even in relationships with "Christians", really listen to and contemplate on what Melody's article says, and of course, what His word says. Pray constantly about it.
Christ tapped me on the shoulder at the end of 2007 while I was living with my college sweetheart and ready to get married, and through much pain and suffering was able to move in with my loving brother and sister-in-law later in 2008. I'm still in the process of talking with God about it, and learning to rely solely on Him and not my fiance, but I pray any of you who are considering marrying an unbeliever to never ever assume something is right just because it "feels" right. Like Melody said, the enemy is a matchmaker too!
MARY (Guest) (04/23/2009 05:39)
I HAVE BEEN IN A MARRIAGE WITH AN UNBELIVER FOR 11 YEARS AND NOW IN THE DIVORCE PROCESS BECUASE OF CONTINIOUS INFEDILITY.I HAVE NOW DECIDED TO LIVE FOR CHRIST ALONE! I AM COMFORTED BY PSALM 119:72 IF YOU ARE NOT MARRIED DON'T EVER MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE! IT'S JUST LIKE BRUTAL MURDER AS INNOCENT CHILDREN ARE NOW HURTING BECAUSE THEY LOVE BOTH PARENTS. TAKE HEED, PUT THE BELT OF TRUTH AND NEVER BE FOOLED BY FEELINGS AS THEY WILL GO AWAY AND THE TRUTH WILL REMAIN!!!!
Karen (Guest) (08/21/2009 04:44)
My husband seemed on fire for God when I met him: led a Bible study, prayed with me, went to all church events. That all stopped right after we married. A few years later he started going again, but has had so many doubts about God... now it has affected and infected the children. Now it's always a wall when he wants to let the kids watch thus and such and I know it's grieving the heart of God.
I should have seen the subtle red flags that were there instead of thinking "everyone has their issues" and "no one is perfect".
Instead, I am hated by my husband and family for the sake of Christ. Jesus said He didn't come to bring peace but division... even amongst family members. Trust me, you don't want to be divided with your own husband, but you will be. Even if you're not totally devoted to God right now, you may be some day, and then you will have to decide between God and your husband. Instead, please decide now to wait for God's best. Someone with whom you can be one in spirit as well as flesh.
It hurts so much, but I keep praying and trying to love unconditionally even as God loves me unconditionally.
Ask yourself: Can I "submit" to everything this man would ask me to submit to? If not, it's not fair to him or to you that you marry.
AtKmgHIKQgOC (Guest) (09/15/2009 06:31)
0.5 (Guest) (10/10/2009 12:45)
Just like when we were kids, there were always kids that were mean and disrespectful, the kids that broke things and hurt other kids. ,
0.5 (Guest) (10/12/2009 10:49)
0.5 (Guest) (10/13/2009 00:54)
Certainly "injuries" stemming from statutes may eventually be corrected by voting the Beltway Bastards out either individually or en masse - but that is not the sort of thing we have here, but an issue of a violation of Constitutional law which is vastly more difficult to alter. ,
0.5 (Guest) (10/22/2009 01:04)
When this house of cards falls so will the status quo politicians of our day. ,
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