Can a Christian marriage survive infidelity?
It will involve taking an honest look at yourself, your spouse, and your marriage, and with God’s help work toward acquiring the attitudes, skills and understanding you need to see yourself and your spouse through this earth-shattering crisis. Yes, a marriage really can heal after an affair.
How do Christians get over husband cheating?
Here’s the beginning of your battle plan:
- Step #1: Get Close to God.
- Step #2: Get a Support Team.
- Step #3: Get Angry (and yet do not sin)
- Step #4: Confront Your Spouse.
- Step #5: Take Action Against the Sin.
- Step #6: Work on Your Relationship Together.
How do you recover after committing adultery?
Mending a broken marriage
- Don’t decide yet. Before choosing to continue or end your marriage, take the time to heal and understand what was behind the affair.
- Be accountable. If you were unfaithful, take responsibility for your actions.
- Get help from different sources.
- Consult a marriage counselor.
- Restore trust.
How do Christians move past infidelity?
Surviving Infidelity in a Christian Marriage
- Seek Forgiveness.
- Go for Counseling.
- Be Honest about Your Hurts.
- Be Open to Listening and Acknowledging Wrong.
- Recognize Negative Relationship Patterns.
- Agree to Establish Healthy Patterns in the Relationship.
- Create Opportunities for Intentional Time Together.
What should a woman do when her husband cheats?
How to Move Forward when someone cheats
- Make sure there is remorse.
- Be honest about why it happened.
- Remove temptations to re-engage with the affair.
- Move forward with brutal honesty and care.
- Be selective about who you tell.
- Consider working with a licensed therapist.
What does the Bible say about forgiving infidelity?
Jesus forgives all sin The Bible teaches that the blood Jesus’ shed on the cross covers all sin, including infidelity. “… the blood of Jesus, God’s Son, purifies us from all sin” (1 John 1:7). This means that any sin we commit, including infidelity, can be forgiven when we come to Jesus with a repentant heart.