Joy Pembrooke tries her best to live her life according to the way the Bible tells her to, but when she marries Kenny, who she absolutely loves, she gets confused. She was sure that he loved her as much as she loved him, but when Kenny walks into the house on her and another man, she wonders what's so hard about understanding that he's just a friend?
Kenny becomes so angry and outraged with distrust. She can't understand why he doesn't trust her. Now he's saying that he's got a friend too - but is she really just a friend? Pretty soon, things get deep and quick. Find out how much crap will Joy accept to bring the love back into her marriage. She wants to forgive him, so they can move on and be happy again, but she's having a lot of trouble forgetting. How do you forget when someone gives you a gift that you never wanted?
The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 7:10: "To the married I give this charge (not I, but the Lord): The wife should not separate from her husband." He cheated and she knows it. Through it all, she loves him and wants to forgive him, but it won't work if she can't forget.
Forgiving someone does not mean forgetting what they did it simply means letting go of the hurt. Joy was ready to do that but her husband left much to be desired. Society makes it hard for men and women to be just friends, but we find a unique story presented by Wilkins with a spiritual spin.