Preacher dating his wife invalidating cookies
As much as the whole church knew I was engaged to a pastor, I always knew how to put myself in my position as an assistant, respected my fiancé as a pastor, and did my work in the church, serving God’s people, never stopped doing my obligations with the work of God because I was engaged to a pastor, on the contrary I wanted to be more used, because serving God was over my dating.
I’ve read several passages in the Bible where our Lord Jesus Christ condemns marrying a divorcee.
HE SAID: I have asked myself the same question over the years as I pursuing relationships with women who have been divorced; however you have already started down that road and face an even more difficult one.
I respectfully request you not to lecture this lady, but to offer prayer and encouragement. The Lonely Pastor’s Wife “Please allow me to share my feelings about the last many years of being a pastor’s wife.
I tried on many occasions to talk to my husband about it (loneliness, neglect, wanting at least one evening a week together, lack of dating, etc.).
While I was dating my husband I could see how much he cared about the testimony he was giving to the people, not only within the church but also outside, and it was easy for me to understand because I did not want to embarrass the name of the Lord Jesus.
Inside the church, I loved working in the meetings he did, always respecting his position as pastor, when I referred him to the people it was not Mauricio this and that, it was Pastor Mauricio, I never felt more than the other assistants because I was dating a pastor, on the contrary I wanted to be an example for them, because in the future they would see me as a pastor’s wife.
I receive volumes of blog comments, emails, and social media communications every day.
On occasion, one of those comments will stop me in my tracks, like this recent blog post comment.
Hello friends, like I promised here’s the story of my friend Sara Oliveira, which will tell us how she used to act while she was dating the pastor.
“When I arrived at the UCKG, my husband was already a pastor of the church, been delivered, had an encounter with God, received my baptism with the Holy Spirit, I was raised as an assistant of the church, and from that moment my heart wanted the altar of God.
Such cries of hurt are emanating from the spouses of all kinds of church staff.