How Can I Love
When I'm Hurt

Learn how I completely let go to give in to the beauties of marriage. After some hard years, I made some changes to be able to proudly say that I have been happily married for 48 years now. So let me share that secret with you.

I feel a strong need to call in broken hearts of women whose hearts are in grasp of the enemy Satan trying to destroy their marriages. We do not have to sit around and let him. We have a right as a child of God to stand in the gap for our marriages. This position of standing in the gap is our God-given inheritance. It belongs to us. It establishes God’s will in our families, by allowing God to work through us through the Holy Spirit to fulfill and reveal God’s plan for our lives. We can make our inheritance work for our marriages.

This inheritance is the word of Jesus came to give life, mend broken hearts, and to restore broken marriages. Sometimes it is perceived that Jesus’ healing is only for bodies, illness, and disease. But Jesus came to restore his covenant with his people through love, and we must remember that through marriage Jesus is illustrating the divine relationship and love with the body of Christ.

 When my husband came to me and told me he wanted to divorce, I immediately went and knelt before the lord and was gifted a revelation as to why the lord hates divorce; it’s because of the effects it has on his children and through the forthcoming generations. Divorce attacks his children through abandonment, insecurity, rejection, and anger. It demonstrates the bondage it can put us in. It is so devastating how painful these wounds and inflictions can be. But Jesus came to set the captives free and mend the brokenhearted.

Embrace Your Affection
Before Surrendering

If you feel your marriage/relationship is hopeless, don’t! Don’t give up. Inside I will reveal some basic steps to take before deciding to call it quits. After all you did commit for better or for worse.

It is always sad to say goodbye to a loved partner or spouse.

A breakup is never a happy process. Neither is a divorce. When your spouse lets you down, you are rejected, angry, and bitter. You feel lonely, unloved, misunderstood. You are desperate, your life does not seem whole, something is missing. Something is broken beyond repair, this is something that you cannot undo any longer.

Have you ever seen people who just went through a breakup? Their eyes are so troubled and hopeless, and the sparkles are gone from them. Now you are in such a situation. Even if you do not want to, you recall the good times with your partner, better and brighter days, now that those days are gone, you consider these memories precious and wonderful.

You just do not want to believe that it is over. A breakup is bad enough already, but if you have married your partner, it makes things even worse. Probably you are already married, probably you have kids. You do not want a broken family. Single parent families can be successful and can provide a good, stable background for their little ones, too, but avoid this option if possible

If you have kids, you do not want them grow up in a broken home. Perhaps you are not ready to let your spouse go, you want to get back with him or her…