We have both been married and experienced divorce. Neither of us had a Christ centered marriage, which is the reason for the failure We also were not in a relationship that was equally yoked. We found each other only because of God's divine intervention. We both wanted a marriage that was not a contract yet was a covenant with God. We have a relationship that is Christ centered and founded on God's truth. We have both experienced great loss but have grown in Christ's love and seen how it has strengthened our walk. We have a passion for people and want to speak about our struggles, the good. the bad and hope that it helps others . A covenant marriage is intended by God to be a lifelong relationship exemplifying unconditional love, reconciliation, sexual purity, and growth. A covenant is an eternal commitment with God. People can negotiate out of contracts, but not out of a covenant. The heart of covenant marriage is “the steadfast love of the Lord,” which comes from the very heart of God and “never ceases” (Lam. 3:22, RSV).
A person's salvation is wholly a work of God's free grace and has absolutely nothing to do with any personal goodness or righteousness or religious ceremony. God bestows His righteousness to those who put their faith in Christ alone for their salvation, and thereby justifies them in His sight. At the very moment a person trusts Christ - believing in Him- as their personal Savior, they experience "salvation", or the "new birth". This is when a person becomes a true Christian. (John 14:6