I hate my husband more everyday

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May 16, 2016

Dear Pastor,

Let me start by tell you how unfaithful my husband is. We have been married for 15 years. We have children together. We own our own business. People always tell me that he has other women, but I am very committed to him, the children and my work. I became ill in 2013. I went to all the doctors I could find, but I am still ill. So I said to myself, "My sickness needs Jehovah God." I prayed. I have asked people to pray for me, too. I could not walk. One morning when I was doing my devotion, my husband came into the room and began to curse. I turned around and told him God will bring him to his knees.

Another morning when I reached work, an inner voice told me to go back home. He had planned to go to the bank. He did not know that I was coming back home. He went into his car and I followed him. When he reached the bank, I saw a girl going into his car. The girl opened the door and when she saw me looking, she was shocked. She ran. I was so sick and weak that I just started to cry. I confronted him right there and all he said was that she was a stupid girl and he doesn't know her. I went home and cried endlessly.

One morning in August, I prayed and asked the Lord to let me see what was happening to me. My husband and I had a fight. I kept asking him what was wrong. I went to work. He did not come to pick me up. I was there waiting and waiting. I did not see him, so I decided to go home. I took a taxi to the house. I saw the car at the back of the house. I tried the house door and it was closed so I stood there, not knowing that someone was inside the house. I thought the situation was strange. I knocked the door and he opened it and stood there quietly and told the girl not to come out. When I saw this person, I couldn't believe it. He knew that I was ill. He held on to me and let her run, so I started to throw his clothes out. I called the police. Now he is still there begging me to forgive him. I am finding it hard to do so. Please, help me. Every time I look at him, I hate him more.

T.J.

Dear T.J.,

This man and you should make an appointment to see a family counsellor. Evidently, he is a wild man. He loves his women. He is not treating you with respect. Both of you need professional help. So talk to him; and both of you should agree to see a family counsellor.

Pastor

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