After adultery, couples may feel like their marriage is ruined beyond repair. What biblical realities can help them begin to find healing?
We get a lot of heavy marriage questions, like this one today: How do you care for marriages after the pain of adultery? An anonymous woman writes in to ask. “Dear Pastor John, my husband and I have been married for several years and are walking alongside several other couples who are struggling. We pray for them often and do the best we can to encourage them to seek the Holy Spirit’s leading in their lives, while also keeping healthy boundaries in what we can give. Specifically, do you have any advice for couples impacted by adultery? These are the hardest situations for us to handle. How can trust be rebuilt between them? From your pastoral experience, what are some biblical realities and hopes that we could use to serve couples whose marriages are falling apart due to the devastating sin of infidelity?”