Here is the scenario:
Your husband cheated on you with a relative. He came to you and asked for forgiveness. You sought counselling, you forgave him, you went on with your marriage. He never cheated on you again and spent the rest of your time together faithful. Ten years later you die. He mourns you deeply but turns to God in his time of need. He prays wholeheartedly for God's will to be done in his and your children's lives. Long story short he and your relative, yes, the same one he cheated on you years ago with, fall in love and get married barely over a year after your death.
Is he wrong for his new relationship with her? Or do you believe that when he asked God to forgive him for cheating on you he then became justified through Christ as if he'd never sinned and his relationship with your relative would be considered as if it were with someone he'd never had an affair with, therefore completely FORGIVEN? WWJD?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:01 PM on Sep. 30, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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