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I Think I Married the Wrong Person

Updated: Jun 30, 2020

Relationships require grace.

Grace means that you’re still going to do what you should do in your relationship, regardless if your significant others deserves it or not.

Sometimes in our relationships we will feel like our husbands don’t deserve to have us cook their meals, or speak to them in a respectful manner, or even have sex with them.


I remember being in this very predicament.

I had come to the conclusion that I had married the wrong person.

I didn’t understand what was going on in my marriage.

I hardly knew the person that my husband had become.

He wasn’t the man I married.

I began to try to find guidance on my situation and I came across the story of Abigail and Nabal.

In 1 Samuel 25, it describes Nabal as a rich man, however, he was a fool.

He did what he wanted when he wanted and said whatever came to his mind.

No filter.

He was kind of a bad boy.

And in a way, Nabal was the kind of man that I used to be attracted to when I was in my early twenties.

I was attracted to bad boys: they had money, but they treated me horribly.

This was the kind of man that Nabal was.

Now Abigail, was the total opposite of Nabal.