My Husband Does Not See a Problem with Our Marriage

Rick Thomas | 10/17/2019 | Rick Thomas
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It is not unusual for a marriage to be out-of-balance or spiritually off-kilter. There are many reasons for this problem. Here are a few ideas of how two partners can be so “in love” at the beginning of their marriage and drift apart within a few years.

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Affections - Christ

They have differing affections for Christ.

One spouse is not a Christian.

Spouse

One spouse becomes a Christian after they are married.

There are spiritual maturity disparities between the two partners.

Disparities

There are soul-capacity disparities.

They grow at a different spiritual pace.

Patterns

They have different or competing sin patterns.

One partner lies about why they are growing apart.

Partner - Self

One partner is in self-denial regarding their true self.

There are jealous, envy, bitterness, or unforgiveness issues.

Lack - Submission - Wife

There is a lack of submission from the wife.

One spouse is clueless about how to be married.

Deceit - Happening

There is willful deceit happening.

There is an intelligence disparity between them.

Family - Settings

They came from different family settings.

They relate to people differently.

Personality - Differences - Eg

There are personality differences, e.g., outgoing, introverted.

A spouse is apathetic toward the marriage.

Competitors

They are competitors.

They don’t know how to disciple each other.

Husband - Conquer - Mindset - Wife - Things

The husband has a conquer and move on mindset. He has a wife; now he’s off to other things.

They have competing personal preferences.

Patterns - Persist - Spouse - Things - Reasons

When any of these patterns persist, eventually, one spouse will insist on things changing. There are two typical reasons they seek a change. (1) This spouse is more in tune with what is going on and knows things have to change. (2) The other spouse is in a sin pattern that has become evident.

The most significant issue in these situations is that the partners are on two different pages. And there is no guarantee things will ever change. If your...
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