DiscoverHope for Spouses#113: After Betrayal, Are You Forging Toward the Future or Desperate to Preserve the Past?
#113: After Betrayal, Are You Forging Toward the Future or Desperate to Preserve the Past?

#113: After Betrayal, Are You Forging Toward the Future or Desperate to Preserve the Past?

Update: 2022-07-20
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In the wake of your spouse’s betrayal and disclosure, are you forging toward a healthy future, or are you desperate to preserve a phantom past?

 

In this episode of the Hope for Spouses' Lunchtime Live, Kim Pullen talks about what it looks like to live on the defensive in your marriage, why we do it, and how we can recognize if we are clinging to an illusion.

 

She also shares how we can get on a healthy offensive by building an intimate relationship with God, getting out of isolation and into a safe community, and how we need a strategy for healing instead of randomly trying a variety of tools or stumbling around in the dark.

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SCRIPTURE REFERENCES:

  • 2 Corinthians 7:10-11
  • Ephesians 5:25-30
  • Proverbs 31:11 , 28-29
  • Acts 18:24-26
  • Song of Songs
  • Ephesians 5:22-30
  • John 12:24
  • Isaiah 43:18-19
  • Luke 15
  • 2 Kings 17, 24-25
  • Matthew 13:44
  • Genesis 1:26
  • 1 Corinthians 12:21-26

 

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#113: After Betrayal, Are You Forging Toward the Future or Desperate to Preserve the Past?

#113: After Betrayal, Are You Forging Toward the Future or Desperate to Preserve the Past?