Jesus Christ very clearly mentioned that the only permanent separation that can happen between a husband and a wife is through death. This view, is based on the fact that God joined them, i.e., both are His children. Jesus Christ is also not against abandoning the spouse if he or she departs from faith in Him. The only exception for not marrying is unable to reproduce or raise godly children. While not directly, but we can infer that Jesus is not against remarriage after abandonment.
The root cause for issues in marriages are contentions of the wife and lack of authority from husband. This is true in many Christian couples today. In this post, we will explore from Scriptures, the reasons for contentions of a wife and how to avoid them by being submissive.
The root cause for issues in marriages are contentions of the wife and lack of authority from husband. This is true in many Christian couples today. In this post, we will explore from Scriptures regarding a husband’s authority in marriage, proper honour and understanding of wife.
If a man or a woman was divorced but not for sexual immorality, who then remarries another, realizes that the remarriage is adultery based on Christ’s Teachings, both must stop committing adultery by breaking the adulterous marriage, ask forgiveness to God through Jesus Christ. If they marry someone else, that marriage is also considered adultery by Jesus. Hence, both must pursue to restore their broken initial first marriage and live as one flesh. What God joined, let no man separate.
Today’s culture is so messed up that even Christians reject what Christ taught regarding marriage. The core message of Jesus is: “what God has joined together, let not man separate” – and any matrimonial relationship outside of that first marriage which God joined is considered adultery. In this post, we will explore what Christ taught on marriage, divorce and remarriage for several problematic situations.
This post is a response to the opinion article Same-sex marriage: What does the Bible really have to say? published in ABC and originally published in The Conversation. It’s actually an email sent to a private church group but posting it here will benefit all Christians.
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