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Out of the blue, my wife told me that she didn't love me, and now she's filed for divorce. Can God get us back together?
Billy Graham writes, "God is able to do what we can't do, and even when a situation seems impossible we should pray and ask Him to intervene."
My husband left me for another woman, and I still feel crushed. How can I let go of the past?
Billy Graham writes, "God knows all about your hurts—and the most important thing I can tell you is that He loves you and wants to help you."
I hope you'll warn people not to think divorce is the easy way out, because it isn't.
Billy Graham writes, "Thank you for your honesty—and I hope your letter will be like a caution flag to someone who's thinking the same way you used to think."
My husband left me six months ago and now has filed for divorce. I don't think I'll ever get over this.
Billy Graham writes, "My heart goes out to you, for divorce can be one of the most traumatic and painful experiences a person will ever go through."
Since committing my life to Christ, I no longer like to do the things my husband does (like spend time in bars and casinos), and we're just drifting apart. Should I leave him?
Billy Graham writes, "I strongly urge you not to leave your husband. You made a vow before God when you were married to be faithful to each other as long as you both lived—and God takes that vow very seriously."
Since my divorce over 15 years ago, I haven't seen my children. Now they've made it clear they don't want anything to do with me. Is this a hopeless situation?
Billy Graham writes, "Is any relationship with your children possible? Perhaps not—but you won't really know until you try to reach out to them."
Three months after my divorce, I rushed into another marriage because I was so lonely, but it was a big mistake. Please warn people to be very careful before they remarry. I wish I had.
Billy Graham writes, "Over the years, I have received many letters like yours, and their story of shattered dreams and broken hearts always saddens me."
My ex-husband's unfaithfulness hurt me very much and the pain is still very real. My aunt tells I need to forgive and forget - but how can I, even as a Christian. Is it really possible?
A question about recovering from an unfaithful spouse
My husband seems to be having a midlife crisis, and I'm so confused I don't know what to do. He's taken up with a woman almost half his age, and now he's announced he's leaving us and intends to marry her. What does God want me to do?
What your husband is doing is wrong, not just in the eyes of other people, but also in God's eyes.
We went through some rough times in our marriage, and finally I just walked away from it. I thought divorce would be the easy way out, but believe me, it wasn't. It's really been hard - emotionally, financially, you name it. I guess God knew what He was doing when He told people to stay married. I wish I had, but now it's too late.
Admittedly every marriage has its problems, but it's far better to face them and work through them than to end up in divorce court.
Is Your Carriage Missing Its Horse?
God’s unconditional love enables us to love others as Christ loves us.
Mending a Broken Home
Do you wish for a happy and united home? There is hope.