He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son. Colossians 1:13
When a man marries a woman, she takes her husband’s surname as evidence of the fact that they are legally married, moving out of her father’s home into her and her husband’s home to begin their new life together.
If she does something wrong that offends her husband, it doesn’t mean that she no longer has the right to be called his wife and that she must take back her maiden name again.
What she has done will bring tension into the relationship and, if left unaddressed, can become a barrier between them.
It affects the quality of their relationship, but it cannot change the fact that they are in a marriage relationship.
Just like the wife must ask her husband for forgiveness so that the barrier between them can be removed, and the quality of their love relationship be restored, we must ask God for forgiveness for what we have done to Him and ask that He restore us to intimate relationship with Him.
Like any marriage, or the relationship between a father and son/daughter, your relationship with God can grow more intimate and rewarding with every passing day. Deal immediately with whatever mistakes you might have made by bringing them to Him, asking for His forgiveness and cleansing.
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 1 John 1:9