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Bring It On-Line: - December 5, 2016

Would God promise me a new husband in a dream while I was still married to my current husband who is cheating? Should I just forgive him and forget the money or fight for what is mine? Read Transcript

PAT ROBERTSON: We got to take some questions.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: Let's Bring It On with some email--

PAT ROBERTSON: Let's do it.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: --questions.

OK, this is from a viewer who says,

"My husband is cheating on me.

I had a dream that God gave me a new husband.

He had blonde hair, blue eyes, and was very handsome."


TERRY MEEUWSEN: "Would God promise

me a new husband in a dream while I was still

married to my current husband who is cheating?"

PAT ROBERTSON: I think dreams are

an expression of our desire.

And your subconscious mind is breaking out

while you're asleep, so I wouldn't

say that that dream necessarily came from God,

but maybe it did.

But if your husband is cheating on you,

he's broken the marriage.

And Jesus-- That's a reason for divorce, according to-- He

says infidelity.

And so your marriage bond, technically, is broken.

And so the idea of having another husband

is not contrary to the Bible.

So I don't know.

I don't know if God gave you a dream or not,

but all I know is that you have a desire

to have somebody who really loves you and is faithful

to you.

All right.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: OK, this is a viewer

who says, "My mother remarried when I was a child.

There were times he was great but other times he

was really awful.

My mother passed away and now he wants all of her money.

Before my mother died, she told me

that if she ever died and it seemed suspicious,"


my stepfather who killed her."

My word.

"Now that he's being so forceful about the money situation,

I wonder.

Should I just forgive him and forget the money

or fight for what is mine?"

PAT ROBERTSON: Actually that money belonged to your mother

and your mother wants you to have it.

Surely she left a will.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: I don't know.

PAT ROBERTSON: Well if she didn't--

TERRY MEEUWSEN: I'd assume so.

I mean.


TERRY MEEUWSEN: If you have to fight over it.

PAT ROBERTSON: --right of a, they

call it courtesy for a husband.

Gets a certain piece of a wife's estate

and a wife gets the widow's dowry kind of thing.

I'm sure that just from the interstate laws

you, as the heir, are entitled to a certain portion

of the estate.

So by all means, fight.

Why would that man take all your mother's money?

TERRY MEEUWSEN: Well, she married him, though,

when this person, the viewer writing, was just a child.

So that's been her husband for many, many years.

PAT ROBERTSON: Yeah, well, even so, the child

deserves a part of the estate from her mother.

And it's entitled to it.

So not a big fight.

Just get a lawyer and when you go into probate,

it's your money.

All right.

We leave you today's Power Minute from Psalm 50--

what is it?



All right. "Cast your cares on the Lord

and He will sustain you; He will never

let the righteous be shaken."


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