Wednesday

...of unavoidable consequences

3. Everyone involved must be man/woman enough to admit his or her offenses. It is also imperative that no one attempts to escape the consequences.

Previously, I listed a few consequences of adultery. These are not random ideas; each one is a consequence that I’ve endured. Keep in mind that these things happened before my submission to Christ but now in Christ, I am able to look back and understand what things done in the dark will come to the light means. So brazen at one time I use to say, “Well what if the lights were on?” so sad, so ignorant, so disrespectful.

Either way, adultery and discretion cannot cohabitate.

6 comments:

  1. Bless you dear Larie, for sharing your heart. May the Lord heal all your wounds, inside and out.

    Love
    Jen
    Audience of ONE

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  2. May need you to share at UN Happily Married one day. Thanks again and again for being a woman of transparency.

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  3. urgent prayer request and prayer button on arise 2 write.
    andrea

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  4. Larie,
    You are so right. I wrote about Romance and Marriage on Family Fountain this morning, and talked briefly about infidelity. Thanks for sharing your story. I hope it will encourage others.

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  5. Wow, very good. I just used that in my WIP about the things of darkness being brought to light.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog today! It's been awhile since we "talked".
    :-)

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  6. I like that...Adultery and discretion cannot cohabitate. You should coin that! :-)

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