Numbers 5:29-30, Got a Cheating Wife?

This, then, is the law of jealousy when a woman goes astray and defiles herself while married to her husband, or when feelings of jealousy come over a man because he suspects his wife. The priest is to have her stand before the LORD and is to apply this entire law to her.

//Here’s a sure-fire solution for all you guys who wonder if your wife has been cheating. It’s called the “Law of Jealousy,” and it comes straight from the mouth of God to Moses, so you know it will work.

First, get your wife to a priest. Be sure to bring a half gallon of barley flour as a “jealousy offering.”

The priest will help her stand trial before God. He’ll put some holy water in a clay jar and mix in some dust from the floor. He’ll let her hair down, so she looks the part of a prostitute. While she holds your half gallon of barley flour as an offering to God, the priest will stand in front of her with the dirty water. He’ll put her under oath and promise no harm will come if she has been faithful to you. On the other hand, if she has been unfaithful, a curse will be upon her; her abdomen will swell and her womb will shrivel. As she watches solemnly, the priest will write this curse on a piece of leather, and “wash it off” into the bitter water.

Then, the priest will take your barley flour from her hands and carry it to the altar. A handful of it is burned in sacrifice while your wife drinks the curse.

If she has been faithful, she’ll be unharmed and still be able to have children.

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