" Answer: The question of dating during the divorce process is difficult to answer for several reasons.For one thing, the concept of “dating” as we know it today is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.That means that we let go of their past, we don't hold it against them, and try to see them as a new creation (2 Corinthians ).Christ died for that person's sin too, and we must to decide if we are willing to accept them as they are, knowing that those sinful memories are a part of them. The question is: Can I forgive others as Christ forgave me?
The reflex reaction of the insecure is to quantify oneself, especially physically: to rush to numbers for security, to resort to inches to feel worthy, to run to the scale to feel loveable.
If one person has a hard time forgiving the other person of his or her past, the relationship is definitely going to suffer.
Ephesians 2:8-9 says, "By grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast." When we truly understand what it means to be forgiven, we start seeing how much God loves us, and that helps us forgive other people by extending the same kind of grace.
Almost all the stuff I found was about a guy cheating, not the woman cheating.
This is despite the fact that female marital infidelity is a growing trend within the Christian community, one that the church refuses to deal with and likes to paper over. He had mine, even though it took me a long time to realize that. She will try to tell you she did this because she was “unhaaaaapy,” because you don’t listen to her, because you don’t communicate well, because you don’t keep the house clean (my ex-wife tried all of these). No, the Bible gives us only one reason that she cheated on you: Lust. Women lust too, even though, again, a lot of Christian pastors don’t ever mention that.