Thank you for your recent contact message. I know it took a lot of courage for you to write to me. I wish you would have included your contact information so that I could communicate with your further in response to your thoughts. I can feel the pain in your words and it’s obvious that you have been greatly hurt by someone you love. I’m so sorry that your experience was not that of healing and restoration. I would love to try to offer assistance to you, to help you find healing for yourself. I know it’s hard for you to believe, but Jesus Christ CAN heal all wounds. His blood is not limited to petty circumstances of temporal significance. He can heal those deep rooted wounds that seem to rip at our soul. I have experienced this in my life and YES, I do walk in freedom. My husband has been redeemed and transformed through the power of Christ and we are in a restored marriage. It’s not perfect, I know that. But we work together daily to serve, love, and pursue each other. Through our pain, I have learned a lot about my own flaws and things I needed to change to better this relationship too. Sure, my husband’s sexual sin was a huge hindrance in our ability to genuinely love each other, but so were my own sins. And together, through repentance, counseling, support and encouragement of others, prayer, and a whole lot of hard work… we have come to an amazing new place of intimacy. We are connected emotionally, physically, and spiritually like never before. I thank God for the suffering I’ve experienced in my life and in my marriage. Because it was through the suffering that He has developed my character and chiseled away those parts of me that are not glorifying to Him. I know He’s not done with me yet, but I am in a much better place and I am a much stronger woman than I was before all this happened. I would love to speak with you more, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I hope to hear from you soon.<?
Walking in Freedom,
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