Okay this is my situation. I broke the law chastity when I was young, but I repented and even went on a mission. I returned with honor. Four years have passed since my mistake, and now I’m getting ready to marry. Should I tell my fiancée that I broke the law chastity?

Aaron from Salt Lake City,
(Comment originally posted in Spanish)

2 Responses to “Should I tell my fiancée that I broke the law of chastity?”

Mario Rios
2017-02-19 12:49:14
Through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ, we can be freed from our sins.
Hi brother. If you've truly repented of your sin and haven't had recent problems with the law of chastity that require further repentence, your girlfriend should understand your situation. If she doesn't accept you together with your history and spiritual recovery, she needs to learn more about unconditional love and the atonement of Jesus Christ.

Understand that I don't know how she will react, but I do know how she should react. I hope this answer helps.
2017-04-19 01:53:26
In my experience, say nothing. You have repented and the price by both the Savior and you has been paid. No good will come from sharing past transgressions. We are actually instructed not too. I shared past transgressions once and my partner held that against me, and it felt like I was having to pay the price again. Repentant sin becomes white as snow. That's the miracle and that's where I would leave it in my opinion

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