Love always trusts


love always trusts

At some point, too much treachery will kill a marriage. But about a zillion marriages have survived some amount of unfaithfulness. And the offended spouse eventually comes to trust the untrustworthy partner. Infidelity is never acceptable, but it’s always worth it to try to save a marriage — for the children, and for the partners themselves.

Jealousy can tear apart a marriage. Often jealousy breaks out without any reasonable justification. Jealousy is a sin. True love trusts and learns to trust again.

1 Cor. 13:6 says: Love always trusts.

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17 responses to “Love always trusts

  1. It forgives and forgets. The forgetting part is hardest. Once burned, twice shy Hard to regain trust when lost. Best to keep, treasure, and protect it!

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  14. I work with broken trust due to infidelity often in my office. It’s heartbreaking, but thank God there can be healing!

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