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Be strong in the Lord and pray for your accusers


Dear Savitrie


I am married, mother of four. My husband says he love me but he cheats, had extra-marital affairs, he even have a son. His ex-girlfriends and his sister keep giving me annoying phone calls. He humiliate me and he is so mean. I pray god so he can change and I can forgive but he never changes and I am so hurt I cannot forget. I am desperate, what decisions should I make? - M
(Question from Haiti)


Savi Says


It sounds like you truly love your husband and he loves you. Look at his family and see if there is a history of adultery. He may be under a generational curse and would like to change but does not know how. To break this generation curse - in prayer you must command in the name of Jesus that spirit of adultery to be gone from him. Break this curse! However- if he continues this behavior you have biblical grounds to divorce him. Matthew 5:32 says- "But I say to you that whoever divorces his wife for any reason except sexual immorality causes her to commit adultery." You are free to divorce him. Remember - Job prayed for his accusers and Jesus the son of God was humiliated on the cross so do not let that stop you from helping your husband. He needs your help. You are his help mate. Ephesians 6:10-11 says - "Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might." - Savi


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