1 Corinthians 7:10-16 talks about staying together in a marriage. Today it seems like divorce is the answer to most people's marital problems. If you don't get along, just divorce. If you want to be with someone else, just divorce. But as Christians, we are commanded not to separate from our spouse. Even if that spouse is not a believer, we are told to stay with them as long as they will stay with us.
Divorce is wrong. I know that there are situations and scenarios that we all try to put together to justify making that decision, but for the most part it's not God's will. Too often, the problems in a marriage come from the selfishness of both parties. Instead, thinking of the needs of the other person can solve most of the problems. And as Christians, we are called to love others. This includes our spouse. When we feel like we aren't getting what we want out of our marriage, I think we need to look at what we are putting into it. And even if we feel like we ARE doing all we can and it's still rough, I think that God will still bless us for our commitment.
Love your spouse today. Remember the commitment of marriage and God's command to not separate.