Lolita said on
I think that believing in God will give you added strength and courage to fight for your marrige when others might have given up. I think that prayer provides a sense of relese and helps us to find answers. But believing in God is not a guarantee that your marriage will succeed. It depends on whether or not both parties are committed to saving the relationship.
newlywedgal said on
Believing in God jointly with your spouse can greatly bridge a connection between the both of you. However, solo efforts of believing in God and praying might not help a marriage, because the belief is only shared in your relationship with your God and yourself only. Believing in God can only give direction in your marriage, and it can go both ways, either to strengthen with the best of your abilities or go your separate ways.
itshazyhere said on
Yes, believing in God can help, especially if you feel like the only person in the marriage who wants to make things right and is attempting to get your disinterested spouse interested again. Believing in God helps you understand that you are not alone in your struggles, and that there are many Christian community networks that can help you out in your time of need. It will also provide strength to you as an individual to go through whatever path it may be for your marriage.
SUMMERS said on
Believing in God can help to create a supportive environment for the marriage to thrive, but it isn’t a silver bullet. Many devout couples suffer marital problems just like everyone else, so it’s important to educate yourself about how to succeed in marriage. Praying about marital problems can help, but both parties in the marriage still have their work cut out for them and must put in the effort required to have a good relationship. This includes being open and honest, sharing a bond of trust, and treating each other with respect.
FLEMING01 said on
Believing in God is the best thing you can do, but God has given a freewill to human beings, allowing them to make their own choices, whether they believe in him and accept his help or not. Because a marriage consists of two people who must each make their own choice, then sometimes a marriage is not saved if one believes and the other does not. Keep believing in God and asking him to give you wisdom to know what you must do in your situation. God is compassionate and patient. Believing in him will give you the strength and hope that you need to cope with a difficult situation.