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The husband starts a study, and discovers his life can have new meaning by adopting a new cause, and that is saving the world (as well as his family).
This becomes like a drug which pushes him to more activity, which in turn feeds his zealousness.
It generally occurs with a husband who has not been a responsible husband in the first place, though possibly having been married for several years.
He is aware of his shortcomings and failures, and so feels a measure of guilt about it.
He is seeking God, and she is RESISTING God, which inevitably leads to arguments.
When the husband attends meetings at the Kingdom Hall, he gets nothing but sympathy for his situation with his "unbelieving" wife, and gets no shortage of unofficial advice from the "brothers." What kind of advice?
Additionally, we will see how seeking position in the congregation puts extra strain on the wife.
) This causes, in turn, a sense of self-righteousness, as the husband seems to feel he is doing everything by the Bible and is totally in God's will, while at the same time he perceives his wife as being closed to spiritual things, and begins to notice her supposed moral shortcomings.
Then along comes the Witnesses, offering him a "quick fix" in terms of a new outlook and the zeal to take control of his life.
Yet, in his efforts to improve his family life, he ends up driving his wife and children away. Generally because the wife and children do not see this new person as their real husband or father.
I am so concerned about our two and three year-end little girls.
At this point, they have never been in a Kingdom Hall but go to church with me.