Married to an Unbeliever

Married to an Unbeliever

Living with an unbeliever requires endurance, grace, and divine strength.

Overview

You've heard the verse and even underlined it in your Bible: "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers …" (2 Corinthians 6:14). But you didn't really plan for life to be this difficult. You're not just yoked together; you feel as if you're in a spiritual battle that's sapping all your strength. Years ago, you loved and respected your spouse, but now you just feel trapped. No one seems to understand.

Is it possible for a Christian to live with an unbeliever and actually enjoy life? How do we fight against resentment? How can we honor our vows when we just want to give up and run away? These are some of the questions we'll discuss in this study.

Table of Contents

LEADER'S GUIDE

• Identify the Current Issue

• Discover the Eternal Principles

Teaching point one: Find common ground.

Teaching point two: Fight against resentment.

Teaching point three: Keep hope alive.

Teaching point four: Be real.

Teaching point five: Honor your vows.

• Apply Your Findings

Total number of pages

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BS197
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