Pastor advises couples to give 2nd chance to cheating partners

Pastor advises couples to give 2nd chance to cheating partners

- According to a certain Pastor Jacob, couples should always embrace reconciliation despite the pain they have experienced as a result of cheating

- He argued that all human being are a product of forgiveness and no human being is perfect

- Jacob also called out hypocrites who always try to display their righteousness quoting the Bible and according to him, it is crystal clear what the Holy Book says

- Quoting the Bible, the pastor gave examples of some of the acts that Jesus forgave without judging

- According to him, the institution of a marriage is a union that thrives on endless forgiveness

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Divorce in most parts of the world has become very common based on the issue of adultery. A pastor identified as Dr KN Jacob has chipped in on the issue, saying couples should always give second chances.

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According to Jacob, couples should always embrace reconciliation despite the pain they have experienced.

The cleric advised that partners should always be ready to forgive even if they have 100% evidence.

Pastor advises couples to give second chance to cheating partners

Dr KN Jacob urged couples to give cheating partners a second chance. Credit: Dr KN Jacob
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"Give her a second chance. She cheated on you. You have 100% evidence. Give her a second chance. No matter the pain, give restitution and reconciliation a chance. If he doesn’t have a mistress, give him a chance to reform from an extramarital affair. While betrayal is very painful, no sin is beyond forgiveness," wrote Jacob.

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The man of God argued that all human being are a product of forgiveness and no human being is perfect.

Jacob also called out hypocrites who always try to display their righteousness quoting the Bible and according to him, it is crystal clear what the Holy Book says.

"I know seasoned hypocrites are set to stone me now to display their righteousness in public. If you want to divorce on grounds of adultery, you have both legal and biblical right. So, don’t bother quoting to me scriptures about adultery and divorce from the Holy Bible – I know them.
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"I’ve dug deep in this subject. But the same Bible that allows us to divorce on account of extramarital affairs gives repentance and forgiveness a chance," added the man of God.

Quoting the Bible, the pastor gave examples of some of the acts that Jesus forgave without judging. According to him, the institution of a marriage is a union of endless forgiveness.

"People who lived adulterous lives met Jesus and He forgave them all. Jesus did not come to condemn us (John 3:17). For the Son of man came to seek and to save that which was lost (Luke 19:10).
"Since we all sin, Jesus asked us to repent daily as we pray. And to forgive those who sin against us seventy times seven times. Has your partner sinned 70 X 7 times? If you don’t forgive others, you’ll not be forgiven (Matt 6:14-15). Marriage is a union of endless forgiveness," wrote the pastor.
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In other news, Apostle Michael Akpor of the Palace of God Bible Church in Delta state advised men to beware of women when it comes to relationships.

The cleric said 93% of everything about women are lies, adding that any man who wants to engage a lady should go to her house around 6am when she is still sleeping.

Apostle Akpor, who gave the advice during a sermon at his church, said women usually deceive men by wearing artificial behinds.

"Boys! Two things I want to tell you, beware of deceivers, everything about girls, 93% na lie. If you want to engage a girl, go around 6am when she is still sleeping so that you will see the true colour of the girl," he said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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