Pray for me, for I am an adulteress.

by Julia
(Wonderland)

I've failed as a wife, almost each of the 6 years we've been married, not to mention the (almost) 6 years of dating before we wed, I have crossed the line and THIS time it was the Ultimate Line. I know it will take a miracle from some other realm that impacts this human one, for my husband to back down from divorcing me. I have no reason to deserve to be with him, he has given me so many chances and like the ridiculous woman I am, I have blown each and every last one of them.

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Saint Jude, patron saint of lost causes, pray for me. Pray for my husband, my marriage. I can barely believe I'm actually praying to a Catholic saint right now (and on a computer no less) I am no longer Catholic but believe in the Saints as higher beings so with this belief I have to trust that, you, Saint Jude, whatever/whoever you are out there in the reality we people on Earth just can't comprehend, I beg of you, have mercy on me and restore my husband's heart to the beautiful, warm, passionate thing it was before I got my hands on it. I believe in penance but also that it comes in the form of reincarnation. I just pray the rest of this life is peaceful for my dear combat veteran husband; he's done so much for me, the least I can do is pray.

Thank you for listening to my human sorrows. I am truly grateful.



Julia

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Feb 15, 2015
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A saint is just a sinner who has fallen down NEW
by: Mike

Julia,

I like you have been unfaithful, but only thru the grace of God and a loving forgiving wife that we are still together after 40 years. No one has sinned more than me. Your prayers to St. Jude are for a real saint, and ask for God's forgiveness! You must heal yourself before anything happens in your marriage. A better you will bring your husband back. God bless!!

Mike

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