General Testimonies

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Below you will find a sampling of testimonies from standers and prodigals that will encourage you in how God is moving in their lives.

Each Saturday in Charlyne Cares we publish testimonies from people around the world. You can subscribe to Charlyne Cares by visiting charlyne.org. You can submit your own testimony by visiting our testimony submission page!



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“My husband I split several years ago but we remained friends, understood that we married young, had a child, and neither knew anything of marriage. God kept us. I kept faith that God would protect him and restore our family. We both had other relationships but none worked out. I rededicated my life to Christ and prayed for my husband to return. One day he contacted his mom to call me and asked if we could meet for lunch and prayer. We did and we are restoring our family. Slowly but surely trust is being rebuilt. It has been a few years now and we are about to renew our wedding vows and move to a new home. Don’t lose hope. God hears your prayers and cries. Don’t listen to the negative remarks of family and friends because they’re not in your relationship. Keep God as the head of your marriage.”  (Ohio) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My husband had told me that he no longer loved me and was not returning home. I filed for divorce against my own wishes but continued to pray for his redemption, restoration and healing. I asked the Lord to reveal to me His will and I would follow His commands. His will for me was to pray and stand in the gap for my husband, to forgive him, to continue working in the ministry individually, and to pray and work on the restoration of my marriage. I called the lawyer and stopped the divorced process. I asked God to show me a way to continue standing for my marriage and even guide me after he returns home. That’s when I found this website and was encouraged by Bob and Charlyne’s testimony. Let me finish by saying, my husband called me after some time, told me he was coming home, and he’s willing to do what it takes for our marriage to be restored. Praise God.”  (Connecticut) (posted 6/29/2015)
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“My husband I split several years ago but we remained friends, understood that we married young, had a child, and neither knew anything of marriage. God kept us. I kept faith that God would protect him and restore our family. We both had other relationships but none worked out. I rededicated my life to Christ and prayed for my husband to return. One day he contacted his mom to call me and asked if we could meet for lunch and prayer. We did and we are restoring our family. Slowly but surely trust is being rebuilt. It has been a few years now and we are about to renew our wedding vows and move to a new home. Don’t lose hope. God hears your prayers and cries. Don’t listen to the negative remarks of family and friends because they’re not in your relationship. Keep God as the head of your marriage.”  (Ohio) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Lord bless RMM, a lifeline of hope and healing. I awoke this morning to my Lord calling me to my knees. Once there I heard in my spirit – you can expect a miracle today, as it relates to my finances and my beloved husband. I don’t know all that entails but I trust that my wonderful God does! After that Word, the Lord led me to RMM for today’s devotional. What was the subject? “My Greatest Miracle.” I cried and cried tears of joy and love at my God’s love for me and I knew I had to share. I’ll be submitting my praise report of a restored marriage any day now…and you will, too! Do not be afraid. The Lord our God is with us. It’s already done!”  (Connecticut) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I can see clearly what God has been doing in this restoration process. Literally this weekend the Lord allowed my phone to shut off for several days, and made it possible for me to escape to the mountains just to be caught in the middle of a lightning storm. Although I was trying to be still on the inside, I was a royal wreck trying to figure things out and fighting to stay encouraged. Even in the midst of the crashing waves, I praised God because I do not understand His work, but I am growing in so many ways. I know this process must take place for a greater work. Lord, touch my fellow standers with Your divine perspective and strengthen us. Amen. Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice. Philippians 4:4 (KJV).”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“While I was praising and worshipping God it came to me that this time last year I was in tears. But today I am happier, all smiles, peace filled. I see my husband more, our relationship is better than before. All praise to the Lord. I have come a long way spiritually. My best friend is my Lord and Savior. He has my heart and my attention. I have learned to walk by faith and not by sight. My husband is not home yet but is on his way. I am in expectation of my suddenly. I am giving a shout out to God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit for never leaving nor forsaking me. Stay blessed standers. I will continue to pray for all our marriages and families. Hallelujah!”  (Florida) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Last week God gave me a powerful image to remind me to stand firm in the faith despite my marriage circumstances with my alcoholic prodigal threatening separation. One morning I was greeted by a new screensaver in my laptop. It was an image of ‘El Capitan’ – Yosemite’s grandest vertical rock! Thank You God for this magnificent sign that spoke the promise of Isaiah 44:8 – ‘…Is there any God besides me. There is no other Rock…’ Then I read more about this Yosemite rock and found out that it is composed almost entirely of granite, which is the strongest material of all! I thank Abba Father that this daughter of His is so special to him. That he promises that when I trust in Him I can scale a wall.  That He makes my feet like the deer and causes me to stand firm on the heights!”  (New Zealand) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I wanted to share some things I heard at church. 1) Faith enables me to have vision, believe God can, and to stand. 2) With diligence comes blessings. Diligent people don’t give up, always go the extra mile, finish what they start, and know that the details matter. He also pointed out that nothing should be beneath me. 3) Patience asks the question: Do I want God’s best later or my best now? I’ve really been struggling, and God will not let me walk away. He continues to direct my heart to trust in Him. Over the years, there have been so many miracles. God is not finished with us yet.”  (Mississippi) (posted 6/29/2015)
“We serve an awesome God. If you are reading this for the first time, I’m sure you have tears in your eyes and feel as though there is no hope in your marriage problems. I’m here to tell you there is hope, in God, our Father. You can succeed in marriage if you do it God’s way. Stop listening to the devil’s lies that there is no hope. Don’t give those counterfeits a reason to communicate with you. The Lord wants to heal your marriage. He loves you. I had to learn all this myself. Satan sent a few counterfeits my way. I resisted because my God told me my wife is coming home. In the name of Jesus she already is. I’ve claimed it. I’m just waiting on the manifestation. Wipe your eyes, roll up your sleeves, and get on your knees and pray like you have never prayed before. Trust Him. God bless.”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Praise the Lord. My spouse, who has not been to church in many months, came to church with us this past Sunday. I have been praying for this moment and it finally happened. I have seen some changes in him and although I can tell he tries to resist the fact that God is speaking to him, I know he feels convicted. I am praying that my suddenly will happen soon. I will continue to pray for marriages around the world to be restored.”  (Iowa) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I received a text from the OW’s phone two days before our court date. The text said that my husband wouldn’t be able to make it to court and that he had called and postponed. I didn’t answer the text; instead I called the court and found out that the court date hadn’t changed. So I went to court; my husband didn’t show up. The judge ruled in my favor to dismiss the divorce! I AM STILL MARRIED! God worked it out. I don’t know if the text was to trick the OW into thinking he postponed or to trick me into not going. Either way, God worked it all out for good!  Praise God!”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I’ve been standing for some months now and though God has spoken to me about restoration and waiting on Him in several ways, today I was very discouraged as the enemy keeps attacking relentlessly to give up my stand. At work I went into the back area to pray and as I was praying there was a board which caught my attention stating, ‘Work is in progress, sorry for inconvenience caused.’ Jesus has a great sense of humor! Though I had tears in my eyes I immediately started laughing.  PTL, another sign! The Holy Spirit urged me to give this small but important step in my stand as a testimony for God’s grace and confirmation that yes, He does see our tears!”  (India) (posted 6/29/2015)
“This morning I prayed about something the Lord had impressed on my heart to do out of my comfort zone. I told God if He really wanted me to do this, He would have to tell someone else to tell me. Not 30 minutes later my mom texted me and said the very thing I prayed about. Praise the Lord. God gave me the courage to do something that I could not have done on my own. When God is in something, it will not fail.”  (Missouri) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I’ve struggled with anxiety when traveling for years. During my stand God is remolding me in ways I didn’t think possible. I began praying to see a relative I’ve not visited for years. My prayers were answered for I made the journey there and back with tremendous peace, no anxiety at all. It is a real breakthrough and I give God all the glory. However very early on the morning of the ‘Big Day,’ a text came from my prodigal to say his new girlfriend was moving in with him. I believe the timing of this message was from the Enemy to disrupt my peace on this day. I prayed that I would have strength. Only by God’s grace, I managed to put it from my thoughts until I returned home. I share this so God has the victory. Satan tried to defeat me. But thanks be to God who gives us the victory though our Lord Jesus Christ.  1 Corinthians 15:57 (NKJV)  (United Kingdom) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I was on the verge of giving up and I prayed and asked God for a sign and if He gave me one, I would trust Him completely and never give up praying for my restoration. Just as I was reading today’s testimonies, my husband called and asked to speak to his daughter. PTL! I will not quit! The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts. Haggai 2:9 (KJV).  (Kenya) (posted 6/29/2015)
“God has led me to many scriptures in my stand that promise restoration and rescue from the enemy. He has even shown me scriptures indicating that when this is finished my enemy will serve me. I of course have no idea what that means but God is not a man that He would lie. So my testimony is this, God has blessed my finances greatly, I have become active in my church, I am able to provide for my kids and even offer to help my wife though she is not receptive. He has hidden the other side of the mountain from me and I am sure there is a good reason for that. God removed my wife from the home she had moved in with her friend and friend’s husband who is an atheist. He has even shown me evidence there is no real substance in those relationships no matter what she thinks. PTL!”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“As we stand for our marriages, it’s hard sometimes to look to the hills (Psalm 121:1-2) when our circumstances in this world appear out of control. Our stand for restoration is much like Peter’s walk to Jesus on the water. Our circumstances (the wind) cause us to lose faith and sink, so keep your eyes on Him. It’s only a matter of time until your spouse comes home, because He has won. So no matter what you see or how impossible your situation may appear remember – Jesus conquered Satan on the cross, and He’ll conquer those who are keeping our spouses from His restoration plan. Stay in faith, hold onto His promises, and love your spouse unconditionally because we are victors through Him. So be patient and let Him prepare you for a wonderful homecoming. God bless.”  (United Kingdom) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I am in awe of my Father in heaven. He is my one true love. I have been standing awhile now and God has blessed me immensely. I had no job, no money, no home and He lifted me up and set my feet on the solid rock of Jesus Christ. He blessed me with a new home, job and has given me a double portion. We get weary during this time of standing for our marriage but God is greater. He is faithful. I asked God many times if I should stand and every time He spoke clearly to me, Be still and know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation. I will be honored throughout the world. Psalm 46:10 (NLT). The more the enemy or family say you are crazy, zip the lips and trust Him. God has directed my every step and provided my every need. Don’t allow Satan to steal your joy. Satan is defeated, he is under the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. Hallelujah! I stand with you all. Amen.”  (Pennsylvania) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My husband had told me that he no longer loved me and was not returning home. I filed for divorce against my own wishes but continued to pray for his redemption, restoration and healing. I asked the Lord to reveal to me His will and I would follow His commands. His will for me was to pray and stand in the gap for my husband, to forgive him, to continue working in the ministry individually, and to pray and work on the restoration of my marriage. I called the lawyer and stopped the divorced process. I asked God to show me a way to continue standing for my marriage and even guide me after he returns home. That’s when I found this website and was encouraged by Bob and Charlyne’s testimony. Let me finish by saying, my husband called me after some time, told me he was coming home, and he’s willing to do what it takes for our marriage to be restored. Praise God.”  (Connecticut) (posted 6/29/2015)
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“Hallelujah! My husband came home a couple of months ago after many years in the far country! There were so many false starts and attempts to come home and I was always alone on this day, which is our anniversary, despite getting flowery cards and bouquets. It was so confusing until God led me to RMM and I learned how to REALLY stand! Bob’s experience taught me to recognize doublespeak and Charlyne taught me to zip my lips and pray. I fully trust that God will finish what He started by breaking all ties with the OW and restoring my husband’s love for me in His perfect timing. Amen!”  (Pennsylvania) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My husband told me he would be home from work early Sunday night and asked if I would cook dinner. I just said okay since he says this a lot but usually doesn’t come home until after midnight and I’m asleep. That evening when I returned home I was having devotion and I asked God for a sign that He is working on my husband’s heart. Not only did he come home early, but he asked me to take the next day off so that we could spend time together. Later that evening we cooked dinner together with our daughter. He talked about how he needed to start going back to church and correct some of the mistakes he has made. God is great!”  (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Thank You Lord for restoring my marriage! You are true to Your Word. The devil pressed on heavily and I knew victory was coming. I had never said ‘I give up’ in years until last week. But I didn’t. I kept praying and God did what He had to do to bring my spouse home, repented. He begged me for forgiveness and I dropped to my knees in adoration to my God. The circumstances were like I had never heard before, extremely and literally impossible, but they were bluffs of the enemy. Jesus breathed life into our dry, dead marriage and ordered it to come alive! Honor and glory be to God because He is worthy! The Charlyne Cares devotional, ‘Keep Fighting Until You Receive the Victory,’ really spoke to me over and over.”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
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“Hallelujah! My husband came home a couple of months ago after many years in the far country! There were so many false starts and attempts to come home and I was always alone on this day, which is our anniversary, despite getting flowery cards and bouquets. It was so confusing until God led me to RMM and I learned how to REALLY stand! Bob’s experience taught me to recognize doublespeak and Charlyne taught me to zip my lips and pray. I fully trust that God will finish what He started by breaking all ties with the OW and restoring my husband’s love for me in His perfect timing. Amen!”  (Pennsylvania) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I have been standing for several years and as it has been very painful. But I wouldn’t trade what I have gained in wisdom from the Lord for anything. I truly started to weaken this past week. The enemy told me I should move on. I started talking to another man only by text. I woke up this morning with my tablet open and on a YouTube channel (The Lord did this, not me). It was auto playing a well known TV evangelist’s series on God’s design for marriage. The things I heard spoke even more to me and showed me my mistakes. I immediately cried out to God to forgive my weakness and help me to stand still. Then I read today’s devotional and, once again, God spoke to me through Charlyne. I KNOW God is speaking to my husband just the same as He is to me! I praise HIM in this storm! Prayers appreciated!”  (Tennessee) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I was Muslim but Jesus called me when I had to stand for my marriage to my Christian prodigal who broke away due to influences of witchcraft. During one of my fasts, God promised I will be reunited with my hubby. As impossible as it seemed, through tears, heartache, attacks from the enemy and depression, I refused to give up. Praise God! He is faithful! Recently after my husband was ill, we reconnected! Our suddenly isn’t here yet but he talks to me every day. I’m loving, supportive and positive towards him and I know God is working on the other end of our mountain! Don’t give up standers! ‘Know therefore that the LORD your God is God; he is the faithful God, keeping his covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love him and keep his commandments.’ Deuteronomy 7:9.”  (South Africa) (posted 6/29/2015)
“A praise report for our Mighty Lord. Father’s Day was a really tough day with my wife and kids, and afterwards I was bombarded by negative thoughts, but I pushed through knowing He’s got me. On the drive home from work Monday, I asked for a sign, just something small to give me hope. Well, as He likes to do, He showed off in a huge way and gave me more than I could have imagined or ever asked for. It was only a completely unexpected phone call from a prayer partner to pray with me for my restoration. I’m so in awe of His power, words cannot describe how I truly feel. All the praise, honor, and glory belongs to Him! Keep standing, He will do more than you could ever imagine!”  (United Kingdom) (posted 6/29/2015)
“This is not a story I expected to tell. Though my spouse is not yet restored to me, my in-laws are! We had had no contact since my husband filed for divorce some years ago. I saw them several months ago at court, when they came to testify on my husband’s behalf. The Holy Spirit made it possible for me to show them the affection I still have for them, despite lingering hurt feelings. A few months later my mother-in-law contacted me. We got together and I could see that her heart had softened toward me. Since then we have seen each other nearly once a week. We are finally developing the good relationship I always wanted. Our God is a God of restoration.”  (North Carolina) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My husband told me he would be home from work early Sunday night and asked if I would cook dinner. I just said okay since he says this a lot but usually doesn’t come home until after midnight and I’m asleep. That evening when I returned home I was having devotion and I asked God for a sign that He is working on my husband’s heart. Not only did he come home early, but he asked me to take the next day off so that we could spend time together. Later that evening we cooked dinner together with our daughter. He talked about how he needed to start going back to church and correct some of the mistakes he has made. God is great!”  (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“What a mighty God we serve! My best friend and I are both standers and our moms are standers as well. We have been praying for our spouses and our fathers. This past Father’s Day we got to see great changes in our dads. God arranged some circumstances that allowed my dad to spend Father’s Day weekend with me, my brother and sister, my mom, and all of his grandkids for the first time in over 12 years. It was such a blessing. He has been spending more time with us and stopping by my mom’s house to help with repairs, etc. He’s slowly rebuilding relationships with all of us. My best friend’s mom was able to cook a huge Father’s Day dinner for her dad. All of his grandkids were there as well. We didn’t do anything to ‘make’ this happen, but God did! To God be the glory! Keep standing!”  (Alabama) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I arrived home to a notice of a certified letter being sent to me by my prodigal. I immediately knew what it was about. It has to deal with him cementing his relationship with the OW.I prayed for discernment and was prompted to call him. The thing is, I haven’t had any communication with him in over a year. I asked for God to speak His words through me. We were very civil and I practiced kindness and love. I had such a peace. Afterwards I cried out to God, asking the why? He brought back to my memory that I had prayed the previous week that the walls of non-communication be broken down. He answered my prayer. Even though it wasn’t what I wanted it to be, the fact that we spoke and I was able to show God’s love through my attitude, I know will not be in vain. I still wait on God’s promises and will not limit His plans or ways simply because I can’t understand.”  (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“PTL! While today my divorce became final, I know that God is in control and has the final say. I know that my marriage is not over until He says it’s over. I have been standing and will not give up. My emotions went from sadness to anger today…but God. I trust in Him and know that He will restore my marriage because He gave me promises and dreams that I am waiting on. I know that all things are possible through Christ who strengthens me. Thank You Lord for being faithful and for restoring my marriage and marriages all over the world so that You get the glory, honor and praise. Please keep standing for your marriage and never, ever give up! Our suddenly and swiftly is coming soon. Glory to God.”  (New Jersey) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Today would have been our anniversary, but my husband is remarried. However, for the last two years we act as if we are still together. I don’t pressure him or ask anything. I allow God to work through him and us. My husband not only came to see me, but he actually said Happy Anniversary. I am in awe of God. He has done so much for me. He loves me and He wants what’s best for me. I’ve been standing for many years and I will stand until I die, but I know God will bring my husband home before that happens. Bless everyone and don’t stop praying for our prodigals. Thank you RMM for helping us do the unthinkable. God will restore.”  (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I have been standing for several months. I was blindsided by this separation. The Lord immediately told me to wait and not move. God then gave me Matthew 19:4-6. God was clear my marriage is not over; He gave my spouse the same verse at the same time. I decided to do my first food fast for 24 hours. I was praying for my marriage and husband when God delivered me! He delivered me from self-reliance and self-protection and showed me how those ‘hidden’ sins were affecting our marriage all along, He showed me that I was not only not trusting Him, but also how that made my husband feel. I immediately repented and asked God to remove those memories from my husband. The next day I had the opportunity to tell him what God showed me and apologize to him. He thanked me and said he needed to hear what I had to say. I pray my suddenly is coming soon!”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My prodigal and I have been communicating every day since he came to visit for the Thanksgiving holiday. He was back in town to attend several graduations in his family. At the last minute he invited me to come to the graduations with him. He also took me with him while he visited friends he hadn’t seen since he moved away. Of course some moments were awkward but some people were excited to see us together. Before we left for the airport we had a brief talk and he said, ‘I know this is home, I know this is where I need to be, I know you love me and I love you too and I’m going to come home.’ I’ve been praying for years with no communication until last November. God is a God of miracles. Standers, He is working on the other side of that mountain even if you can’t see it.”  (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“Thank You Lord for restoring my marriage! You are true to Your Word. The devil pressed on heavily and I knew victory was coming. I had never said ‘I give up’ in years until last week. But I didn’t. I kept praying and God did what He had to do to bring my spouse home, repented. He begged me for forgiveness and I dropped to my knees in adoration to my God. The circumstances were like I had never heard before, extremely and literally impossible, but they were bluffs of the enemy. Jesus breathed life into our dry, dead marriage and ordered it to come alive! Honor and glory be to God because He is worthy! The Charlyne Cares devotional, ‘Keep Fighting Until You Receive the Victory,’ really spoke to me over and over.”  (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
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“I can see clearly what God has been doing in this restoration process. Literally this weekend the Lord allowed my phone to shut off for several days, and made it possible for me to escape to the mountains just to be caught in the middle of a lightning storm. Although I was trying to be still on the inside, I was a royal wreck trying to figure things out and fighting to stay encouraged. Even in the midst of the crashing waves, I praised God because I do not understand His work but I am growing in so many ways. I know this process must take place for a greater work. Lord, touch my fellow standers with Your divine perspective and strengthen us. Amen. Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice. Philippians 4:4 (KJV).” (California) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My husband filed for divorce and obtained a default divorce. The judge set it aside a week ago, but my attorney informed me that if I don't take his advice and settle, he will no longer represent me. I cannot do something I believe is wrong, so if my counteroffer, which involves marriage counseling, isn't accepted, I'll be going to trial without a lawyer. God will be there with me, but I pray that He softens my husband's heart before that has to take place. His soul and his salvation are more important to me than money. Thank you for this ministry; it's given me hope during this very dark time in my life.” (Montana) (posted 6/29/2015)
“I have been standing for only a couple of months now and have a live-in prodigal. I PTL for I see her heart softening before my eyes. I wanted to share with you that the Lord instructed me to anoint my house with oil. As the Word says in James 3:16 (NKJV) – For where envying and strife is, there is confusion and every evil work. I obeyed Him and have noticed a peace in my home. Take some oil, ask the Lord to anoint the oil, wet your finger and place a small amount on all windows and door posts exiting/entering your house. Pray that every evil spirit that you let in due to strife be removed. Don't forget to ask the Lord to forgive you for getting into strife, then receive forgiveness and cleansing. I hope this helps someone out there. God bless and be strong standers.” (South Africa) (posted 6/29/2015)
“So many things have happened since I started my stand several years ago. My relationship with Christ has never been better. I am still a stander, waiting on God's perfect timing. I am not saying things have been easy but, I know that God is right there by my side. My husband has remarried, but I am still standing. I have asked and pleaded with the Lord to release me from my vow, time after time, but He keeps telling to wait and to be still. Even though my friends and family encourage me to begin dating, I just can't. This has been the hardest thing I have ever had to do, but I know that one day I will have a testimony of how through God and prayer my covenant husband will return home to our marriage and to our family. Glory be to God, I hope and pray that it will be soon.” (Texas) (posted 6/29/2015)
“My suddenly has happened! After several years my wife has asked me to come home one night while I was visiting the kids. God has really worked on us both during this time of separation to be better spouses to each other. We have been looking for a new apartment to move into once our respective leases expire at the end of the month. The kids are thrilled! To my fellow standers, don’t give up and don’t give in. Your breakthrough is just around the corner if you just have faith. Hebrews 11:6.”  (Texas) (posted 6/22/2015)
“PTL, my restoration has begun. Earlier this year, God gave me the opportunity to tell my husband that I loved him. However, he said that our marriage was over. I continued to pray and fast, declaring Hosea 2:6-20 every day. A few months ago he came and told me that maybe we just needed time apart.  We have been communicating on and off since. A week ago I told him I loved him and that I wanted us to try to build our relationship. Today we went to lunch and talked about our mistakes. We both agreed not to bring the past into our conversations. We agreed to start dating and see what happens. God has heard me. Today he gave me Esther 9 as I asked him for a sign. I know God will completely restore my marriage. Don’t give up.”  (Colorado) (posted 6/22/2015)
“My wife and I have been separated for some months with one false start already. She moved 350 miles away but after not speaking since she left, she contacted me and we have reconnected. She is drawing near to God again and has told me several times she loves me, misses me and doesn’t understand how I can forgive her and still love her. I gave that glory to God in my answer as I have in all of this. She has asked me to come visit her next week for a few days and wants to come home and rebuild our marriage.”  (Texas) (posted 6/22/2015)
“He’s home! I am in awe of my God right now. Truly NOTHING is impossible for Him. I know this is just the beginning but my Lord is faithful to finish what he started! Don’t lose hope, be faithful. If you delight yourself in the Lord He will bring your desires to pass. He loves you, and He is fighting for you. Put your hope in Him and you will not be put to shame.”  (Arizona) (posted 6/22/2015)
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“My suddenly has happened! After several years my wife has asked me to come home one night while I was visiting the kids. God has really worked on us both during this time of separation to be better spouses to each other. We have been looking for a new apartment to move into once our respective leases expire at the end of the month. The kids are thrilled! To my fellow standers, don’t give up and don’t give in. Your breakthrough is just around the corner if you just have faith. Hebrews 11:6.”  (Texas) (posted 6/22/2015)
“We celebrated our second graduation in two years as a family. In the days before the party, I was crying out to God because we still weren’t where I’d hoped we’d be. But God is so faithful. We had the best time. People were so blessed by my husband and commented on it. He was so like himself that I realized how much I’d missed him. He made great eye contact, smiled at me and shared stories with our family and me about our graduating son–even how we’d prayed together for him. He even gave me a shout out publicly for being a great mom to the kids. God said, ‘This is just a glimpse of what I’m doing.’ Of course, the next week, my husband withdrew, but I’ve been praying that God would shorten the swings of the pendulum. God is so faithful. I trust in His timing, purpose and plan.”  (Ohio) (posted 6/22/2015)
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