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Free Daily Love Stories For Married Couples - Trust On Trial

Free Daily Love Stories For Married Couples - Trust On Trial

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Like a flower in spring, Love blossoms like a long awaited promise that completes our desires even to over flowing. But unlike a flower that fades away in winter, Love's beauty endures through every changing season. The rougher the weather is, the more beautiful it is proved to be. 
   James Godson was 50 years old, his wife Elizabeth Godson was 48. They had been married for 25 years and their love for each other now was so strong that both their hearts had merged together into one a long time ago. They felt each others pain and felt each others joy...
Like a flower in spring, Love blossoms like a long awaited promise that completes our desires even to over flowing. But unlike a flower that fades away in winter, Love's beauty endures through every changing season. The rougher the weather is, the more beautiful it is proved to be. 
   James Godson was 50 years old, his wife Elizabeth Godson was 48. They had been married for 25 years and their love for each other now was so strong that both their hearts had merged together into one a long time ago. They felt each others pain and felt each others joy...

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Free Daily Love Stories For Married Couples -€Trust On Trial... two hearts become one in marriageThe Title Of Today’s Love Story is: Trust On TrialIt
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s written by: Alfred Benjamin KingFor the: 18th of November 2011 (Friday)For more Free Love Stories visit: www.thechristianbookcompany.comTrust On Trial€€Like a flower in spring, Love blossoms like a long awaited promise that completesour desires even to over flowing. But unlike a flower that fades away in winter,Love
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s beauty endures through every changing season. The rougher the weather is, the more beautiful it is proved to be.€€€ James Godson was 50 years old, his wife Elizabeth Godson was 48. They had been married for 25 years and their love for each other now was so strong that both their hearts had merged together into one a long time ago. They felt each others pain and felt each others joy. They had long past the age of having little fightsand raising their voices to one another. The years and wisdom had taken that away. They now knew beyond just words that they were one. One doesn
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t shout at oneself if they find themselves doing something wrong. Rather one €corrects oneself ifthey find themselves doing something wrong.€€ James & Elizabeth were good Christian folks who everyone in the community valueddeeply and fervently respected. The joy of the Lord in their lives had made themthe happiest people on earth until Elizabeth was diagnosed to be H.I.V positive.€€ The news was the last thing anyone expected when Elizabeth went for her regular medical check up.€€ Her husband felt like his heart had just fallen out of his chest to the floor beneath him and had shattered into a million pieces, with each piece cracked in a thousand different ways.€€ How could his wife be H.I.V positive? Does it mean he has ...? Wait! doesn
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t hiswife having ... mean that his wife was cheating on him? Was the last 25 years ofhis life a lie?€€ Word spread and people started to talk.€€ James confronted his wife but his wife promised him with tears in her eyes that she had never cheated on him not even once for the over 25 years they
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ve been together.€€ James
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instincts told him that his wife was telling the truth. He knew her heartlike he knew his. But... he was not even sure that he knew what that meant anymore. He couldn
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t deny the facts. The facts said she was H.I.V positive and he knew she didn
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t get it from him. He had never cheated on her. But wait! H.I.V doesn
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t have to be sexually transmitted. What if he got it from the clipper the barber used at the barbing salon? What if it was him that gave it to her?€€ This new line of possibility definitely added more pressure to James. He didn
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t tell his wife but he secretly went to test and see if he was H.I.V positive in ahospital a little bit on the outskirts of the city.€€ Amazingly, he was H.I.V negative. He had the doctor take the test again but it still turned out negative.€€€ Wow! now how is that possible? It means that his wife probably got it after lastTuesday. Oh My Gosh! that means, whatever affair she had is recent. What if she
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s still having the affair right now?€€ James marched to his wife and asked her if she was having an affair.€€ She said, No.€€ €He would have shouted at her but he just couldn
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t - he just couldn
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t do it. He still loved her. She was still his peaches.€€ Elizabeth saw the look in James
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eyes and in her heart she felt how James felt. She knew how much a part of him wanted to shout at her for the first time in over
 
20 years. She knew how much his love for her stopped her from shouting at her.She knew that even though €what he taught she did killed him, it would kill him even more to do even the slighted thing to hurt her; emotionally or in any other way.€€ The taught of his made her burst out in tears. She couldn
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t control herself. Howdid she get into his mess? How did the man who loved her so much get to feel hurt this bad because of her?€€ James didn
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t want to stick around for her crying, or perhaps he didn
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t want her to see that tears had started to well up in his eyes too. He turned around and walked out of the house, banging the front door behind him. €€€ James talked to a friend about it. The friend said that he should get a divorce.He is not H.I.V positive, that is his ticket to leave. He still had a life to live and it
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s obvious she
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s cheating on him. The fact that she
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s lying about the cheating means that she
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s still cheating on him. Whatever secret affair she
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s been having is still going on and she plans to keep it going on.€€ €James saw some sense in what his friend said but he later decided to ask the Lordfor his opinion instead. God
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s opinion is always the best.€€ James €went to a quiet brook he had always liked to walk to, to have some quiet time with the Lord there. James then asked to God to please tell him what to do.€€ God answered and said to him, "How are you confident that I love you?"€€ "Because you sent your only son to die for me even when I was still a sinner", James answered almost instinctively. Then after James had completely processed hisown words, it hit him. That was the answer right there. God still loved him andnever left him even when he was a sinner, rather than leave he performed the singular most gargantuan act of love ever. He sacrificed his son for him.€€ James realized that he should love his wife the same way. He knew that deep downhe still wanted to continue loving his wife.€€€ James said, "Thank you, Lord." Then he turned and ran. In-spite of his age he ranso fast that an angry dog wouldn
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t have caught him. He was running back home towrap his arms around the woman he loves.€€ As he got home, he burst into his wife standing on a stool with a rope around herneck. She was about to kill herself.€€ In that spilt second their eyes met, she could read his mind - She could read that he was no longer angry with her. She didn
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t know how or why but she knew thatfor some reason he was no longer angry which her. She could read that he wantedto hug her and tell her how much he loved her.€€ Elizabeth changed her mind that second and proceeded to take the noose off her neck.€€€ Her husband rushed to get her off the stool.€€ They held each other in each others arms and cried on the floor for 20 minutes. Much was said without words being spoken.€€ James lifted up his wife
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s chin and looked her in the eye and said, "Elizabeth, Ilove you with all my heart and with all my soul. I would never leave you no matter what. I signed up to be with you until death do us part and if we both die of H.I.V I don
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t care. I did a test and I
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m not positive but I still will never leave you."€€ "But I didn
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t cheat on €you..." Elizabeth started to say, but her husband put his finger gently on her lips and lovingly and softly hushed her. He said, "I don
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t care."€€ Right then the phone started to ring. They still held each other in one another
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sarms. Neither of them wanted to let go. Neither of them wanted to answer the phone. They would let it go to voice message.€€ Over the phone they heard, "Hello Mrs Elizabeth Godson? It
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s Dr. David here. It
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sactually quite funny really but there was a mix up with your medical tests theother day. You are not H.I.V positive. You are negative. I have the correct results her with me. Please don
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t sue me, I
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m very very sorry. I
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m sorry for whatever inconvenience it must have caused you."The End.

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