Proverbs 6:33-35 (ESV)

33 He will get wounds and dishonor,

and his disgrace will not be wiped away.

34 For jealousy makes a man furious,

and he will not spare when he takes revenge.

35 He will accept no compensation;

he will refuse though you multiply gifts.

The one who commits adultery will experience the disgrace of her compromised integrity. No matter what the adulterer does to negate her act, it will not go away. The wronged spouse will rightfully be enraged when he discovers what occurred. No money, no offering, and no bribe can undo the pain of a broken marriage covenant. God hates adultery, and yet we live in a culture that not only tolerates but often applauds sexual unfaithfulness. Despite what those around us may say or think and how they might trivialize our disdain for marital unfaithfulness, we must stand by what the Scripture declares. If you are the victim of a spouse’s infidelity, you have been radically wronged. It is normal to be jealous and angry. However, God can both heal and repair your marriage. If you haven’t already, get godly counsel and deal with the situation in honesty and humility.