6 Responses

  1. Kellee
    Kellee August 10, 2014 at 5:31 am |

    I don’t know why it gives him delight that you are still sealed to him. A sealing is a two-way street. It is hardly valid when invalidated by an abusive man. And it means nothing if both parties aren’t living up to their covenants TOGETHER. Don’t give him the satisfaction of bile coming up in your throat at the thought of it. Its not worth worrying over or even giving a second thought. God will take care of all things, and this sealing means nothing when a man is abusive. May God wrap his cloak of peace, that only He can offer, tightly around you as you continue your journey to healing!

  2. Bonnie
    Bonnie August 15, 2014 at 4:39 pm |

    Sealings aren’t like glue, a stake president once taught me, long ago when bile rose in my throat too. They are individual blessings that righteous people retain and become effective in unifying one to another righteous person. My husband exercised unrighteous dominion. Amen to his priesthood means amen to his place at my side. We aren’t glued. We are only sealed on a written record. He stepped out of a circle that my children still share with me. I won’t cancel the sealing and lose my blessings because I don’t have to to be free of him. The plan is a darn good one.

  3. Leslie
    Leslie August 24, 2014 at 11:22 pm |

    How is it you follow in Eve’s footsteps when she wasn’t abused by Adam? She was loved and cherished by Adam . The reason we remember the fall of Adam and Eve is because it allowed each of us to come to earth and follow God’s plan. Without the fall, we would all still be in God’s presence and Christ would not have carried out the atonement, and none of us could qualify for eternal life and the blessings along the way. We would not and could not grow spiritually without the fall.

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