It was only then he trusted enough to begin the process of reconciliation.Because your hurtful behaviors have been repetitive, there may never be a time where your wife trusts you again with her heart, her body, or her life.Jeremiah warns against a superficial reconciliation when there is continued rottenness underneath.He says, “Prophets and priests alike all practice deceit.When someone is truly repentant, he or she will: wife to reconcile with you shows that you have not understood the process of godly sorrow or repentance well.Your question indicates you are trying to control her heart when you have plenty of work to do on your He waited.
After you’re caught, you repent and go into treatment. These are very besetting sins and I applaud you for trying to get help for them.
Below are three evidences or fruits of a changed heart.
John the Baptist said it well when he said to the religious leaders, “Prove by the way you live that you have repented of your sins and turned to God” (Luke 3:8).
The fruit of genuine repentance is that you turn away from that sin and don’t repeat it.
When you repeat that sin again, after you said you were repentant, trust is broken.