Post # 1
LONG STORY SHORT: My Future Mother-In-Law finally married this man that she’s been with over 9 years about a year ago. They’ve had a few pregnancy failures over the years and is now extremely prego. She’s never passed the 2nd trimester( theres three right?) WELL shes been telling me things with them are getting worse, he obvisouly has commitment issues and only pays his attention to the church. She knows God is above all. But he neglects his family. I personally feel the church is corrupted by previous situations including money… and he told her that GOD told him to leave her. Thats it.. GOD… now I’m am a strong believer in the lord and know that its a triangle in a marriage, The Lord, You and Your Husband. And let me state that my Future Mother-In-Law does everything right by this man, helped him through everything! and he has the nerve to leave, even with a babygirl on the way…
im so mad.. so irate. i just want to sqush him >:/
Post # 3
That’s terrible! I believe in faith having a large part in a marriage, but that sounds like a crazy copout for whatever the real reason is. : ( I’m sorry you and your future family have to deal with this mess. It will be a good thing that your Future Mother-In-Law has a FDIL that cares about her as much as you do! <<Hugs>>
Post # 4
I’m pretty sure God would recommend marriage counseling first.
Post # 7
Sorry to hear that. I would be upset too. All you can do is be there for your Future Mother-In-Law.
Post # 8
Yeah, God doesn’t tell people to leave their pregnant wives so they can have a better commitment to Him.
Sorry she’s going through this. What an awful man.
Post # 9
i mean im surprised cause i thought (this time) would be different… guess my judement was way wrong :/
Post # 10
Clearly he doesn’t have a very firm grip on either reality or Christianity. All you can do is be there for her.
Post # 11
after nine years of their on and off relationship you’d think she would have some sense to just not let him come crawling back. I love her to death but she should have saw it coming, am i wrong to say that?
Post # 12
You are NOT wrong for saying that. But, it’s still an unfortunate situation. No one deserves to be put in a situation like that. He’s abandoned both his wife and child and I’m positive that God would not approve of such a thing.