The Proven Wives Devotional
A Roadmap for Restoration
This is an 8-week devotional that walks through the grief and anger of discovering your husband has been unfaithful — either digitally or physically. In this study, Brianna Edwards walks through her own story of agony as you journey through yours and helps us to see Jesus in the midst of our pain. Brianna has journeyed through pain and anger and seen Jesus in those dark spaces. In this study, she helps us to see Jesus in the midst of our own dark moments and find light in our dark night. Each day is interactive, filled with stories, reflection, processing, and Scripture. There is no easy answer or fix when it comes to real hurt, but we can journey toward something better together.
Forward by Shaunti Feldhahn
“Love is the greatest gift each of us can offer.” (page 79)
His struggles become ours, don’t they? We love the man in our life so much—and yet our heart may be deeply bruised or broken; collateral damage in his battle with sexual temptation. Or we watch our husband tearfully wrestling to overcome a visual pattern that began in middle school, and we feel compassion even as we feel confused about why the struggle even exists. Or maybe we deal with intense anger or betrayal after uncovering an addiction he had hidden for years.
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About the Author
Brianna Edwards has been married for over twenty years and is the mother of two teenagers. She discovered her husband’s unfaithfulness years into her marriage, and it has taken years to rebuild that marriage. Today, she runs her own small business from home and is actively involved at her local church, as she counsels and mentors women of all ages.
Introduction from the author snippet: This study is long overdue. I have sat across from countless women who have been hurt by the revelation that their husband, fiancé or boyfriend is trapped in sexual sin. I have watched the tears fall as they explain the pain and frustration they are experiencing. Every woman’s story is unique, but the feelings are so often the same. It’s natural to question love, to feel the insecurity, to doubt, and to be angry.
This study was birthed from the angst of the stories I’ve heard; stories like yours, stories like mine. On a cold Sunday morning, my husband admitted to having a decade long struggle with pornography. My world was shattered, and I didn’t know where to turn. If I confided in a friend, I felt that I would be throwing my husband “under the bus.” I certainly couldn’t tell my parents. Where could I go to seek relief for my aching heart?
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