Caught: In Denial, In The Act, And In The Arms Of A Loving God: A Story Of A Marriage Lost And A Marriage R by John IobstCaught: In Denial, In The Act, And In The Arms Of A Loving God: A Story Of A Marriage Lost And A Marriage R by John Iobst

Caught: In Denial, In The Act, And In The Arms Of A Loving God: A Story Of A Marriage Lost And A…

byJohn Iobst, Robbie Iobst

Hardcover | January 10, 2017

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Caughtis a he said/she said story of a marriage destroyed by sex addiction and rescued by God. It is written in 3 parts: Caught in Denial, Caught in the Act and Caught in the Arms of a Loving God. Giving hope to struggling spousesCaughtoffers 10 holy and practical habits to improve any marriage.
John and Robbie Iobst have been married for 20 years. John is a registered psychotherapist and a Biblical Counselor. Together, Robbie and John are professional marriage coaches. Robbie has written 2 books, a devotional titled Joy Dance and a Colorado Independent Publishers Award winning novel, Cecilia Jackson's Last Chance. The Iobsts ...
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Title:Caught: In Denial, In The Act, And In The Arms Of A Loving God: A Story Of A Marriage Lost And A…Format:HardcoverDimensions:232 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:January 10, 2017Publisher:Morgan James PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1630479756

ISBN - 13:9781630479756

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Pornography is a parasite, because it steals your emotions, your focus, your time, yourenergy away from your spouse. I mean, it's really demonic, if you want to get down to it. Pornography is trying to meet a legitimate need in an illegitimate way. When you go down that path, you are not fulfilling each other as God intends for husband and wife and vice-versa, and it starts to degrade your marriage.-Alex Kendrick, co-writer of movie, Fireproof 13Robbie:On a Wednesday night in February, John was at computer night school when I needed to check myemail. We lived in a tiny cottage with a little room attached that we made into the office.Our boy Noah was four years old at the time so I took him outside and he played with his Stuart Little remote control car on the basketball court as I sat in the office, door open, checking email. It wouldn't work. I am not a computer gal so I decided to just get on John's email and see if I could reach mine through his. It sounded logical at the time.When I logged onto John's internet I clicked on history, thinking I would see my email address and get on that way. What I saw were a couple of shocking addresses."Noah." "Yes, Mommy." "I want you to see if you can make Stuart go around in circles for 10 whole seconds. Count out loud for me, okay?"Eager for a game my boy said, "Okay," and the game was on. "One!" I prayed. "Lord, guide me. Guide me." "Two!" I clicked on the first address. It was a picture God never intended to be taken. "Three!" I clicked back."Four!" I clicked on the second one. My heart pounded. "Five!"Tears welled up. "Six!" I clicked back. "Seven!" I turned off the internet. "Eight!" I prayed again. "What do I do, God? What do I do?" "Nine!"The Spirit was heavy on me. I felt completely calm. It was time for me to take a stand. Shaming John into change never worked. For some reason, and I don't know exactly why, I made a decision to leave John. This thought had crossed my mind many times when we were arguing about pornography, but I never acted on it. Fear of losing my marriage and fear of people finding out that we were not perfect stood in my way. But on this night, my desperation trumped my fear. I could not and I would not raise Noah in a house where pornography lived. My reason to leave was not about me or my worth. I would develop that later. I left because I knew I had to protect Noah.God told me to call Theresa. "Ten!"