Let thy words be few. Ecclesiastes 5:2
3 God came to Abimelech in a dream that night, and said,
You are a dead man. Because the woman you have taken is another man's wife.
4-5 But Abimelech (who hadn't come near Sarah), said, "But they said she was his sister."
6 God said,
I know you didn't do anything wrong. In fact, I stopped you from sinning against me by touching her.
7 Give Sarah back to Abraham. He'll pray for you, and I won't kill you.
If you don't, I'll kill you and all your people.
9 Abimelech called Abraham, and said, "Why did you lie to me about your wife?"
11 Abraham said, "Because I thought you'd kill me to get my wife."
12 Abraham said to king Abimelech,
She is my sister; she is the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother.
13 I ask Sarah to tell people she is my sister when we are away from home.
14-16 Abimelech gave Sarah back to Abraham, along with sheep, oxen, slaves, and a thousand pieces of silver.
17-18 Abraham prayed to God and God healed Abimelech, and his wife, and his female slaves, so that they all bare children. (God had "closed all the wombs" in Abimelech's house, because he believed Abe's lie about Sarah.)
But God blessed their marriage anyway.
In the podcast, Carole and I wondered what God healed Abibimelech from.
But maybe God made Abimelech impotent so he couldn't have children, and then cured him so that he could.