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WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT DIVORCE, REMARRIAGE AND ADULTERY?

As Christians, should we avoid the most sensitive and difficult Christian issues?  Or should we study and learn God’s will in advance.  We think the later.  When problems arise, will we act out of impulse, emotion and our own reasoning or with knowledge and out of obedience to God’s instructions in the scriptures?  When we, or our loved ones, are personally in a crisis, it is natural to feel that our circumstances are so special, difficult and different, that the scriptures would not apply in our case.  Study and preparation will help us to respond to circumstances with a level head and an understanding of God’s will as stated in scripture.

Read what the Bible has to say about these issues of morality in the 26 page paper.

DIVORCE, REMARRIAGE AND ADULTERY

2 comments to WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT DIVORCE, REMARRIAGE AND ADULTERY?

  • Ronnie Khoi-Aob

    Please send me more information about remarriage after divorse. Is is true that if one gets married to a divorse partner, you also automatically commits adultery.

    • Peter K. (admin)

      Ronnie Khoi-Aob – The download document answers your questions according to the scriptures. Rather than go through the scriptures again, you can review these verses on the download. In these matters, we cannot state our opinion or preference, but must submit to the statements in the Bible. I believe that upon careful consideration we will see that anyone who marries an adulterer is also guilty of adultery (unless the adulterer has fully repented and their spouse has married someone else). Anyone who divorces their spouse and marries another person for any reason other than adultery/sexual immorality or the death of that spouse has committed adultery. Such “cannot inherit the kingdom of heaven” 1 Cor 6. This means that they cannot be joint heirs with Christ as his body members to be part of the spiritual seed of Abraham to bless all the families of the earth in the future Kingdom on Paradise earth. The only possible way to change this is if the adulterer acknowledges that they have broken their marriage contract, made before Jehovah, and if they repent of their adultery in their heart and are truly sorry (not faking it), then Jehovah at His discretion may decide to forgive the repentant sinner and consider them once again as potential joint heirs with Jesus Christ.

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