Sorrow is often a tuneless, lyricless, and soundless song that countless souls sing. The versions and titles of this kind of song are limitless.
One of the most commonly named grounds people use when filing for a divorce is irreconcilable differences. The term irreconcilable differences generally means that the married couple can’t or won’t restore their marital relationship—that their differences make them powerless or unwilling to reconcile.
I am a divorced woman, and I have been divorced for 18 years. I did not want a divorce; nevertheless, here I am feeling once again like I lost my soulmate. Sadly, every August 13th—as well as at least 5 days leading up to it and 2 or 3 days after it—I suffer from a deep sense of loss that cannot be avoided no matter how hard I try.
If we are God’s children, then we need to learn how to let go of our own will and let God do what He Wills. When we become this submissive, that is when He pours into us His perfected Peace, Joy, and Strength so that we will be able to endure life’s setbacks and hard times.
Just like the outmoded 8-track tapes and audio cassettes, Christian annulments and divorces are making marriage seem as if this God-established institution also has become obsolete. Thank God that, from the beginning, He never meant for His children to erase or disjoin a marital union via an annulment or a divorce.
Believers (Bride) ONLY are faithful to the Lord when they are loyal to their wedding vows. Entering into a marriage contract with the Lord without seriously counting up the cost could mean that this person, or persons, might end up in a hasty divorce that has eternal implications!