Wednesday, December 30, 2009

In Lieu of Wedded Wednesday...



...can I just ask you all to pray for healing and reconciliation in mine and Mr. Lukie's relationship? Last night and today have been dark, ugly days and at this point, I'm unable to see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are on one of the worst Crazy Cycles ever, and prayer is the only thing that is keeping me somewhat sane today.

Much appreciated, friends.

13 comments:

  1. Well that's a wedded Wednesday at it's core if I've ever heard one! I'm so sorry hun, I'll be praying that God work in both of your hearts, open ears and words to share.

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  2. Hello! I came across your blog recently and love reading it. Just wanted to say I will be praying for you and your hubby. Everything will work out in the end. Stay strong

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  3. Definitely have had a few of those in my new wedded relationship. We have been able to come out of it so far, with God's help. My thoughts and prayers are with you both right now.

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  4. Hugs, Sarah. I'm thinking of you both and keeping you in my prayers. If you need to talk, you know you can talk to me!

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  5. I hate crazy cycles. :( I'm going to praying for you guys tonight!

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  6. Prayers coming your way! And you know where to find me if you need to talk to someone else too :)

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  7. The enemy knows when to attack. He knows how strong you guys are as a couple and throws his hardest at those solid relationships. Put up the wall between him and you guys but tear down the wall set between yours and Matt's hearts! I love ya girl! :)

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  8. Okay, so, maybe this isn't an acceptable comment, but I'm going to put it out there...

    I'll start by saying that rough patches like this suck. Big time. I've been there, and I sympathize.

    I'll also say that I have a strong bias against Love & Respect (I think that's the title).

    I wonder, though, about blaming "the enemy." It seems like a copout, in a way. And that may sound more accusatory than I mean it, so I'm apologizing and tiptoeing around what I'm trying to say, because I really don't want to offend, especially not when you've already had an icky day. But I wonder sometimes if that line of thinking keeps Christians from really addressing/digging for what's at the root of the conflict. The obvious part is that we're humans with very specific beliefs about the way the world works. The problem is that we've developed those understandings and assumptions based on how our OWN world has worked, an experience no one else has ever shared. Blaming the enemy, it seems, makes things a lot more evil than they need to be (IM*H*O).

    I'm sorry... I probably shouldn't even be posting the comment, especially since I rarely comment as it is. I do believe in an evil force, but it's hard for me to accept that it's something that attacks marriages. Why would it need to? We humans do a good enough job of messing things up on our own.

    Anyway, I will keep you both in my thoughts. I'm sure you'll be fine - you have a strong and loving marriage.

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  9. Thoughts and prayers coming your way!

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  10. hugs and prayers to you my love! I've definitely had moments like this and this is at the heart what wedded wednesday is all about!!

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  11. I'm gonna have to agree with Heather on this one ... I hope you guys get it sorted out.

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  12. Adjusting to married life has been at times difficult for me as well and over Christmas we had one of those very dark and unsettling times but with prayer and communication we have come out of it and are working on it. I will pray for you and hope that it all works out.

    Cari

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