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Divorce and Remarriage: What Does the Bible Teach?

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I found this lesson online. I am going to study it over the next few days. This is for myself but I thought I would share it. I need to hold myself accountable to my marriage forever. No matter what my wife does. No matter what man does. Man does not have authority over God. From skimming this lesson I can tell you it is brutal (in the eyes of the world) because it looks like it teaches exactly what the Bible says. That marriage is for life and death is the only thing that 100% releases you to remarry. As I was skimming I saw somewhere where it said the life of a Christian is hard and this is probably the hardest part.

  • Maybe standing for our marriages means allowing God to hold on to the marriage and we hold on to God and we don't let go of the marriage.

    Let God hold onto the marriage with His left hand while His right hand holds our hand.

  • The Celtic trinity knot is my favorite way of showing this. A circle cut in thirds you spin round parts in and it becomes the never-ending knot depicting the trinity. I see the three parts as husband, wife, and God flowing through each other and holding hands at the points.

  • Ecclesiastes 4:12 ~ Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.

    Husband, wife, and God. Not easily broken if all three are in sync.

    And like I said, this is for me in order for me to continually tell myself to resist temptation. I have no rights to another woman so I must be vigilant of the ways of the flesh and avoid them.

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