Thursday, April 29, 2010

Divorce and Remarriage-Frequently Asked Questions

I appreciate this website and found alot of truth on it regarding Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage.  We have also just added some material to our website regarding the same issue, I will put the link down below...If you find yourself in this situation, I pray that you will have an open heart for the truth and look to the Word of God and His commandments for guidance. This is not only for the unbeliever, but for the believer also;


2 Corinthians 5:10 (New International Version)

10For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.

Romans 14:12 (King James Version)

12So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God.

I encourage all to read this and if you do not agree, please share your response.

Here is the link to a few sermons on our site:

Divorce and Remarriage sermons

And here is a link to one of the brother's blogs that fellowship here, which has disscussions about Divorce and Remarriage

If We Walk In the Light


I also do not endorse everything that is found on the first website in the beginning of the post, but only the truth in light of God's Word. If you read something questionable, please search the scriptures; to see "whether these things be so".

Divorce and Remarriage FAQ's article

5 comments:

Erin said...

I agree..."Marriage is for Life."

Jesus said:
"Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery and the man who marries a woman divorced from her husband commits adultery."

Do we understand this today?

Step 1: Divorce Your Spouse
Step 2: Remarry Another Person
Step 3: Commit Adultery

Notice AFTER the wedding they are committing adultery with each other. Notice AFTER the wedding the adultery STARTS.

Are they husband and wife?

Answer: No

God did not join them at the altar if they are committing adultery that night AFTER they had their wedding ceremony.

Remember--it is impossible for a husband and his wife to commit adultery--WITH EACH OTHER.

If they were really joined as a husband and wife at their remarriage--Jesus would never have called their sexual relationship AFTER this wedding--adultery.

People go to the courthouse to get divorce papers to get them out of their marriage but the papers obviously don’t work because they are still committing adultery AFTER they've done all that. And to commit adultery you need a spouse. Divorce does not make them single if the charge of adultery is still on them AFTER a divorce.

"A wife is married to her husband as long as he lives."
1 Corinthians 7:39

Divorce + Remarriage = Adultery (Not a legal marriage in the sight of God)

Remarriage is a DECEPTION. You may be married in the eyes of the state government but you are not married in the eyes of God.

When you walk back down the aisle thinking this is your wife, Jesus says you’re committing adultery tonight with this woman. Why are people ignoring what Jesus said?

If Jesus is saying you’re committing adultery with this woman after your wedding, how can this woman be your wife?

When you look at His words closely you understand what He is saying, obviously this is not the man’s wife if after such a wedding he is committing adultery with her.

It is God who joins people together in a legitimate marriage and there are some people He won’t join together as a husband and wife. If you leave your spouse to join yourself to another person, God will NOT join you to that person, His Word calls that ADULTERY not marriage. Read Luke 16:18.

Many people have fallen into this deception. You have to go back 60 years to see the truth being spoken.

Do pastors today care enough about the spiritual well-being of their people to address the biggest DECEPTION in the professing church today? Remarriage--which is Adultery--as defined by God.

Do pastors tell their people that if they do decide to divorce their original mate, they cannot marry again without entering into adultery? Read...Matthew 5:32, Matthew 19:9-10, Mark 10:2-12, Luke 16:16-18, Romans 7:2-3, 1 Corinthians 7:39, 1 Corinthians 7:10-12.

Do they teach single people that it is a sin to marry a divorced person who is STILL another person's spouse in the eyes of God?

Remarriage puts people in an unlawful/adulterous/not recognized by God marriage according to the words of Jesus Christ.

People are deceived and only a few people are telling them the truth.

http://www.cadz.net/tony.html

Becky said...

Erin, It is refreshing to hear someones thoughts that convey the truth! Praise God for making His Word so clear. The problem is with our own hearts, not the Word. The Lord gives us very clear and understandable instructions and then stands back to see what we do with it. Thank you for your comment

In Christ
Becky

Joanne said...

Hello Erin - I agree with Becky that it's refreshing to hear someone else speak the truth. It would be nice to know who you are :) can you email me? joanne @ godspost.com
Also, the link you left at the bottom of your post does not take me directly to someone's testimony (it just says 'coming soon').

Thank you again for your comment.

In Christ, Joanne in MO (Becky and I attend the same fellowship here)

Tami said...

what a shame that all the people who got saved after they were remarried are all going to hell. Jesus totally wasted His time dying on the cross. Jesus forgave our sins! but you don't see that! it even says we are not to divorce the second spouse and return to our first spouse. and yet you say we are to do so! so we are to heed your words instead of God's?! you need to learn about God's forgiveness. we can't undo all our sins He has forgiven us of.
by the way- in your above post- we are here to glorify God, not to serve our husbands. serving them is part of what we do but it is not why we were put on earth.

missionarymomma said...

Your profile says you just returned from the Philippines. We were missionsries there and returned home one and a half years ago. We miss the Philippines. May I ask where you were and with whom you were serving.