Proverbs Chapter 7



Are you married? Have you ever cheated on your spouse?

If so, how did that work out for you? Or perhaps you haven’t been caught. Yet. You will. Only the truth can withstand the test of time.

For those who are tempted to cheat…DON”T! Nothing good will come of it. The pain you’ll cause will be beyond repair.

For those who are cheating…STOP! Confess. Repent. Hold yourself accountable and ask for forgiveness.

For those who have endured the wrath of cheating…SHARE your testimony. Educate the cheaters and those who are tempted. Explain the pitfalls of such a selfish act. Describe the effect your actions had on your spouse, your kids, your friends, your family, your life!

For those reading this, today is your lucky day. A simple message has been sent your way.

“My son, keep my words and store up my commands within you. Keep my commands and you will live; guard my teachings as the apple of your eye.” Proverbs 7:1-2

Live by the scripture and enjoy a blessed life.


Steven Jennings


Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

17 thoughts

  1. Reblogged this on galesmind and commented:
    If you are a victim of a cheater remember they are the ones who cheated on you not the other party. Who they cheated with is irrelevant. That they didn’t care enough about your pain is the issue. Anyone who cheats on their partner is telling them they don’t care. If you do care then don’t do it. Period

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  2. Infidelity is the most selfish thing a person can to to either parties. If you want multiple partners don’t commit to one. It is as simple as that. Narcissists and sociopaths are cases in point and these people have an illness. Best to get as faraway as possible and know the signs next time.


  3. I wish more people would listen to these words. I think the desire to satisfy one’s own needs is so overwhelming to some people that they give in to their selfish desires. We are all human but it’s a strong person who can stop, think and readjust. Some people are weak, some are strong. The sad thing is it just damages the other person in the relationship because it’s so incredibly painful. It’s almost impossible to think you can trust anyone else ever again. The commenter above said it right, the damage done is long lasting… to all parties involved. 😦

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