Many of us are so set in our beliefs about God, that we believe with conviction but we do so in error of the full truth. Example: Most of us can't possibly fathom that God Himself would give an evil spirit to someone, but there it is six times in 1 Sam 16, "An evil spirit from the Lord, came upon Saul to torment Him." This adds another facet to our theology that we may have never heard from the pulpit and it is critical in order to fully understand the ways of God, as given to us in the Bible.
Divorce is another subject that we are often missing the whole truth on. Many people don't realize that the greatest mass divorce in the Bible was ordered by God himself (Ezra 10) because his people were unequally yoking themselves to pagan unbelievers. Are you in an unequally yolked marriage? Most of us have heard the "God hates divorce" message so much, that it's probably now easier for us to believe God would give someone an evil spirit than it is for us to believe that God Himself might actually cause a divorce. But could it be true? Could there ever be a good enough reason for God to actually incite a divorce? If so, why?