My Dear Sweet Friends,
Our heart goeth out unto thee, but so to doth it go out unto all the world, for thy circumstance is no different than that of many.
Ye accredit much too much unto God. God hast given all that He shall ever give unto any when He gave His creation, His creatures, man, a part of Himself. Thus, as God is perfect, so too is His creatures, mankind.
God is not a giving and taking God. He gave once, and once only, and that was at the time of creation. And, He shall never take back. The problem is that we feel apart and separate from God, which is a distinct impossibility. But, we entertain a sense of separation, and thus feel that God doth this or God doth that. It is not God, but us!
Thy husband returned unto thee, not because of God, but because of the things that each of ye three didst to make it happen. And, because ye two were never united in God in the first place; were never made one by the unity of God, for what God hast joined together no man canst separate, separation through the lust of the body is always probable.
Thy husband, and thy self as well, still seek the things of the world, the things that man canst give, in opposition unto that which God hast already given, peace and rest in him.
So, in conclusion, doeth not be upset with God, nor with thy husband, and neither be upset with thyself, for we all art the temple of the Living God. And, as ye seek God within thine own self first, finding Him, all these problems shall become some much chaff which the wind driveth away.