She does frequent radio and TV work, and has even made several appearances on MTV.
She is the author of We're On A Mission From God And Real Love, which has been translated into six languages.
I guess God knows that I do not want to marry anyone divorced—whether they have an annulment or not—because I don’t think that their life experiences would be a good match for mine.
Also, I have always believed that my wife should be someone who didn’t spend years together with another man being sexually intimate.
Their reasoning isn’t about the sexual history of the person involved but is rather related to the fact that the Catholic Church doesn’t recognize civil divorce.
Without an annulment, a divorced person is presumed to be validly married unless or until a Church tribunal determines otherwise.
And it is very possible that those beliefs, while not being immoral per se, are closing you off to something wonderful that God may have planned for you.
Tags: conforming to God's will criteria discernment Divorce God's will life experience limitations Mary Beth Bonacci open-minded prejudice requirements restrictions rigidity of beliefs sexual history standards Mary Beth Bonacci is an internationally known speaker.I think that if I didn’t have faith in God it probably wouldn’t matter if anyone I was interested in dating had religious beliefs or not or whether they were previously married or not.We all can change our future every day by what we do, how we believe, and making the right choices about our environment and people that we associate with.But whether you’re “doing the will of God by practicing what you believe” in this matter is another story.God isn’t so much impressed with us for “practicing what we believe” as He is by our striving to conform our will to His.But you may be shutting all of that out because you are clinging to your “beliefs” instead of trusting God and His providence.