Commitment | Disobedience | Divorce | Judgment | Marriage | Sin | Wisdom | Worldliness

I used this story from Ann Landers in a recent sermon to illustrate some of the teachings of Proverbs on the foolishness of unfaithfulness to marriage vows. It seems there had been a letter to Ann Landers in recent days from a woman who had broken off her affair with a married man and now ten years later wondered if she should have. She still had a nostalgic itch, her mind was full of ‘what ifs’ and ‘if onlys.’ She wondered if “you knew of a magic switch that could turn off that ever- present longing.” So, one of the other readers sent in her story. If this wouldn’t turn of the switch I don’t know what would.Her story went like this: I met the love of my life when I was 22. He was 42 and married. Today I am 64. He is 84. His poor sick wife is still with him. As recently as last night…

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