A woman who has been married for ten years is seeking advice from the public.
She got married ten years ago. Before marriage, she insisted on sleeping with the fianc'e (Now the husband), but he refused saying that they must not commit fornication.On their wedding night, thinking she would have her husband all to herself,he complained of tiredness and slept in the guest room.
After marriage, he cultivated the habit of giving one excuse or the other. The wife became confused after three years of thier marriage. She went and reported the issue to her in-laws who told her to be calm that they would talk to their son. she came back home telling the husband that she has reported the him to his parents. then the man became sober and told the wife that he has be impotent from birth. The wife encouraged him to see a doctor to remedy the situation, of which he refused.
The wife went on her own to seek help from so many doctors and came back with drugs prescribed by the doctors . The husband as well rejected the drugs.
During this trying period, no member of her family knew what was hapening in her marriage becuase; she decided to keep it all to her self without disclosing it to anybody.
She is now fed up she decided to leave for her parents house after ten years of marriage without sex. She left but the husband came begging that she should come back home that he cannot do without her.
What is your advice. Should she go back or quit the marriage.?
Is that love or stupidity......The man deceived her right from day one without telling her the truth...Is that what is called Love?
The man is selfish without putting the interest of his wife at heart. Tear the marriage certificate and go away. If you love your wife, you have to tell her things about yourself and the other way round too. Listen to Phil Colins:....Your true color that is why I love you don't be afraid to let it out.......
There was no marriage in d first instance because it has not been consummated(1COR 7:3).if she wants to pity the man,she would burned with sexual desire,which in itself a sin. 1COR 7:9c.
i must confess dat this story is so complicated to my own understanding and i'm not call to pass judgement..., but my addition is dat ' a spade must be called a spade' de man decieved de woman but let de woman decide on what to do (according to my architectural designing lecturer 'let ur sin of judgement be upon u and not him)