Michael Colunga (9 Dec 2011)
"RE: Charles--"Well got an ultimatum""

Hello, Charles (and John and Doves),
Do you agree that there comes a time that you've said all you can, and you'd just be repeating yourself?
If the answer is yes, then why not make these next few days, weeks, and months a period of time your wife will remember with great fondness?
May I suggest beginning with asking her a question, "What can I do to be a better husband?"
Baruch HaShem Yeshua,
Mike C.
Charles (5 Dec 2011)
"Well got an ultimatum"

My wife said if I tell her one more thing about the end coming I can leave or she will. She does not want to hear any more. We are Babylon you all see the middle east about to blow china Russia threatening www 3 the thing is she wants to put her Christmas tree up tell my son to write to Santa she says I was wrong about the 29th when I am wrong about the 20th and everything just goes on will I pick another date? I told her its about faithfulness of watching and God revealing the signs and we are commanded to watch and warn about what we see. She says I can leave and go to this she can support my son or shut up and do things her way. My entire family and here would support her. Basically the world sees. None of this and thinks we are nuts. They want to be deceived and not see the truth and support each other in the lie. Religion holes them up they say Jesus but do not realize being friends with this world is enmity to God. That the rapture is our only hope. She says this had consumed me I said God is a consuming fire. She says I got a choice I said the easy choice was to play normal husband and not tell her and go along. But I had to listen to God. So as a punk song said should I stay or should I go if I stay there will be trouble if I go it will be double. Paul was right it was better not to be married at the end. I do not even trust myself not to screw up before God comes what do I do?