I feel I've been duped and that she's lied to me about herself. , because you've got a wife who rivals Flynn's in the unreliable narrator department.
In your case either your wife is completely crazy or you've decided to concoct a crazy letter.
She believes that if he likes her enough, he’ll come to church and find Jesus so that his life will change drastically for the better.But when it comes from the person with whom you're romantically involved, it's emotionally devastating.It's a deep betrayal of your feelings, your self, and your spirituality.Recently I received the proposal of my dreams and started planning my fantasy wedding.The engagement, so far, has been the fabric that the cheesiest of romantic comedies are made of. I would not have even thought to pray for such an amazing husband. I just wanted to make it clear that I do not come from a place of frustration or bitterness. But I know that I did not find myself in this position by following God‘s plan.This person then told me that if my God didn’t want me to date him, then he didn’t want anything to do with my God.You’ll find out pretty quickly what someone’s intentions are once you mention how sold out you are for Jesus—especially when your actions back it up.When I became a Christian, my nuptial fantasies turned from mere visions of topiaries and ball gowns to hopes of meeting the archetypical Christian mate, the man who would both be my fairy tale knight-in-shining-armor and my spiritual warrior.Eventually, it was inconceivable to me that I would date a non- Christian.After talking with some of her friends, they couldn't believe I didn't know this about her.I asked them why they wouldn't have mentioned this when they found out we weren't having a church wedding and they told me that was probably done for my benefit.