By Lane Jordan:
Huh? Didn’t Kim, 72 days after the wedding, file for a divorce? And didn’t Humphries file for an annulment shortly thereafter as if to say, “The marriage never even happened?”
Yes, and the whole thing breaks my heart. I’m worried too that young people will look at Kim and Kris’s example and get the idea that marriage isn’t sacred, but simply an act in this play called ‘life’.
But I believe there has to be more to marriage and the choices and decisions we make.
To find the answers to lasting happiness, perhaps we need to start finding God and his perspective about our lives, relationships, and choices. Could it be that apart from Him, and the owner’s manual He gave us in what we call the Bible, we simply cannot make wise decisions?
The truth is, tapping into God’s wisdom has proven to be key for many successful marriages and lives.
Hopefully, Kim and Kris will turn from their own ways and start finding God in ways that will bring them happiness in marriages that last a lifetime.
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