Basically, there are four reasons.1) The first and most obvious reason is that they are jealous.Narcissists can’t tolerate anyone else’s good fortune. They always believe/wish it should be them instead of you; they think they are more entitled to it than you.2) The second reason is that they think your success might make them look bad.For the unbelieving husband has been sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife has been sanctified through her believing husband.Otherwise your children would be unclean, but as it is, they are holy. A believing man or woman is not bound in such circumstances; God has called us to live in peace.In extreme circumstances a separation may need to extend over a long period of time.However, Christians should not get divorced unless they are in a marriage which fits the specific situations discussed above. The United States is filled with millions of men, women and children who have had their lives devastated by “easy” divorces.Please note that the passage above gives the non-Christian spouse the option of whether or not to leave.The Christian spouse must stay married to the non-Christian spouse if the non-Christian spouse wishes to stay.
Or, how do you know, husband, whether you will save your wife?
In the workplace, for example, it might increase the standards for which they will be judged in the future.
They may be challenged to have to improve themselves as they need to always be number one, the best, and the most important.3) The third reason is that they typically think you don’t deserve the success.
You would be surprised at how often this question comes up in churches, in Christian counseling sessions and on Christian radio programs across the United States. Sadly, the divorce rate in most Christian denominations is about the same as it is in the rest of society. In fact, in Malachi God tells us that He hates divorce….
alone who have either been through a divorce or who are in failing marriages where divorce is being looked at as an option. Well, the truth is that the Scriptures are very clear about how God feels about divorce.