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Great Sermon! If your spouse you first married is still alive, then God sees you two as still married and one flesh.
Repentance of sin involves changing your mind and in some cases to take a certain action. For example, for the sin of adultery one must break off or terminate the invalid relationship so you are no longer labeled as an adulterer.
from New York, New York
Great Sermon! 1 Cor 7:15 states if an unbelieving spouse desires to separate then you are allowed to separate or "divorce". However, this "divorce" is different from how the world sees it. It means to not be living together but you are still one flesh. You are allowed to separate or allowed for the spouse to leave but you are not permitted to re-marry. The text doesn't say you are allowed to remarry but simply no longer bound to the circumstance of living together. Paul would later suggest if you do separate to reconcile and stay together.
I desire obedience and answers I had a child at 17 and married her father (both unbelievers). He abandoned us and initiated a divorce a year later. He remarried, and subsequently divorced. I remarried (while still an unbeliever, and married an unbeliever) and have been remarried for 20 years with 4 children. I've been a Christian for the past 10 years. I was under the impression that I was forgiven for my adultery, and that this marriage was not to be abandoned. An I wrong? My husband is an unbeliever, hates God, and our marriage is bad, but wouldn't divorce be a sin now? All input welcome! My email is [email protected]
Terry DeGroot (6/12/2017)
from Beautiful MN
What about? What about divorce in abandonment? What if a believer is abandoned and divorced by an unbeliever? 1 Cor. 7:15 seems to say that you are free to remarry.
Samantha M (6/12/2017)
Awesome Sermon! God Bless you Pastor for standing for the Truth!....It may be hard to hear because plenty of saved people, have remarried.....But the truth is the truth and our flesh hate the Truth at times...
Gay Allen (6/11/2017)
Great Sermon! i met a guy at age 17 he was 21, i was a run away, i wound up being his foster sister (his parents volunteered to foster me) we had 3 children and never got married, i left him and married another guy, we divorced 10 years later even though we only lived together for 3 months , i went back to the father of my children and married him and then got saved, whose wife am i? i have asked pastors for this answer and no one replies, this is not a put on, this is reality for many, what does God's Word say?
Follower of Christ (4/30/2017)
Must I Divorce From My Remarriage? Yes, a remarriage is an adulterous relationship unless your spouse has died.
Jesus Speaks: "Everyone who divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery, and he who marries one who is divorced from a husband commits adultery." (Luke 16:18)
"Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." -Jesus Christ (Matthew 19:6)
God is a party to the one flesh marriage covenant.
"A wife is married to her husband as long as he lives." (1 Cor. 7:39)
"For whoever is ashamed of Me and of My words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man will also be ashamed of him when He comes in the glory of His Father with the holy angels." -Jesus Christ (Mark 8:38)
I am not ashamed of Jesus' Words on divorce and remarriage.
Thank you Dr. Kim for speaking the truth!
"Never cheat a Christian brother in this matter by taking his wife, for the Lord avenges all such sins, as we have solemnly warned you before." (1 Thessalonians 4:6)
Covenant Wife of 37 Years (4/30/2017)
THANK YOU PASTOR for being the very few who fear G Must I Divorce (dissolve) My Remarriage?
Jesus Himself calls remarriage ADULTERY.(Luke 16:18)
12 years ago my husband left to marry another (commit adultery).
He thinks his divorce from me made him single.
But God says something very, very different, a command to my husband...
"A husband must not divorce his wife." (1 Cor. 7:11) because "A wife is married to her husband as long as he lives."
(1 Cor. 7:39)
All other relationships/marriages after divorce are adultery. (Luke 16:18)
God's Word says I must wait for my husband to return or wait until he dies to remarry.
Anyone who marries me (a divorced woman) commits adultery because I am still married to my husband.
This is an adulterous generation.
May God's TRUTH Prevail!
Being a Christian is HARD!
Preach On Dr. Stephen Kim!
Indeed: MARRIAGE IS FOR LIFE!
Dr. Stephen Kim is the senior pastor of Mustard Seed Church in New York City. He has also served as Associate Director of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, NYC Extension Center. Pastor Stephen is the happy husband of one beautiful woman and the joyous father of four beautiful...