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Affair With My Wife's Sister
  
I am surprised at the vehemence of some of the replies.... I think some people fail to remember that we are not supposed to be judges over our fellow servants. Neither do I judge you, I don't know the reasons why this incident happened, or who is at fault. The One who knows the hidden secrets in your heart knows--and I am sure He knows if your repentence is genuine or not. It is the eternal relationship that you should care about first.


Affair With My Wife's Sister
  
There are those here who think that Marriage is the be-all end-all. Read Mark 12:25 carefully. Think first about your relationship with God. Once you got that down, you'll realize that everything--you telling your wife, or not telling your wife, your wife deciding to stay, or deciding to leave, your family forgiving you, or ostracizing you--everything that results is for the good of you who loves God.


Affair With My Wife's Sister
  
Now don't get me wrong, I'm using "good" here in the eternal sense--the rest of this life may end up in misery and loneliness (I pray that this is not the case, but you should reflect on it). It is the eternal life where you would be guaranteed to find joy if your relationship with God is on an even keel.

Personally, I feel that what you do about disclosing what happened between you and your wife's sister is entirely between you and God.


Affair With My Wife's Sister
  
Get right with God, then ask Him what He wants you to do, and when eternity comes, He'll know whether you were true to His will or not.



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