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In some families we often think it could never happen to us when we hear of other peoples secrets and bones hidden in their closets being exposed. We live thinking that such secrets and deceit would never come knocking at our doors. But in this circle of deceits, secrets and wanting to be with someone just because we just don’t want to be alone we think within ourselves; “God had to give this man to me”. But in the mirror we find ourselves asking the question, “Was it really God?” A story that hit a small town in Ohio that we only see on a Life Time Movie; it can happen to a well know Christian family. But when it does how do we find forgiveness and recover from the shock, shame and the blame?