Hello Ms. Simonejada
I was deeply moved by your testimony. Because of it, I joined this site and sought you out. I want you to know that you’re a survivor and a winner. When you spoke of what you endured I began to think about how life and people can be cruel. What I’ve learned is that no matter how bad things can sometimes get, we can always look to God’s unfailing love, compassion and strength for the journey. Your ex husband and his new bride are the losers in Gods eyes and you’re the winner. You are the winner because you have held onto your faith, didn’t lose it and remained faithful to God despite the hurt and depression. Your ex and his new bride, unless they repent, they remain under God’s judgment but yet you are innocent. I pray that God will give you beauty for ashes and the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. You mentioned it was hard giving up the trips, cars and now this other woman is enjoying it. Well they’re only doing so for a season and it is not eternal. The little that you feel you have is worth more than what they have because God is with you to bless you, heal you, sustain you, love you and keep you from falling. Whatever the devil meant for evil in our lives, God is greater than our pain, our afflictions and we lift him up above it all during our moments of hurt, failures or devestations. I want you to look at yourself as God sees you. See yourself as a overcomer, a winner because God decreed it. Why art thou cast down oh my soul? Hope though in God! I would have fainted and given up if I didn’t know that God is real. Forgivness is for you and we ask God to enable you to forgive those people do that you can rise above it and God will cause you to ride upon and walk upon good things. When tempted to complain or feel sorry for yourself remember God is able to do more than we ask or think. Daughter of Zion arise and be blessed and happy in the life you have and your God. Satan is defeated. You won!