tirsdag 4. juni 2013

Nr. 522: Is your spouse cheating or fail you in other ways, as the New Testament teaches that we should either reconciled or live single, the rest of your life!

Nr. 522:

Is your spouse cheating or fail you in other ways, as the New Testament teaches that we should either reconciled or live single, the rest of your life!

1 Cor. 7 10 The married I command, yet not I, but the Lord, that a wife should not separate herself from her husband; 11 but she is separated from him, then to abide, she being unmarried or be reconciled herself with her husband - and that a man shall not put away his wife.

Before I got very bad feedback of specially-called Christians when I argued that the only thing that got a marriage to cease was dead. But in fact, there has been also a marked change when more and more people will listen to my arguments, lay it to heart and take it seriously. It pleases my heart!

Rooms. 7 2 For the married woman is bound by law to her husband so long as he is alive, but if her husband dies, she is released from the law that bound her to the man. 3 Therefore, she is called an adulteress if she, while her husband lives, marries another man: but if her husband dies, she is free from that law, so she is not an adulteress if she marries another man.

Evangelist Frank Mang was even divorced. But what did he do? Lived single and he and his former wife did the best for each other. But lived separated on each side until his death. Although it certainly hurt incredibly, was hard and difficult. They remain true against God and each other, just on opposite edge to the word of God teaches in the New Testament.

Death is the only thing that makes a marriage for believers to cease and which may lead to a second marriage for the leave.

This newspaper VG: Norwegian couple: So we forgave our incredible partner

Do not comment on this, but it's really great that VG takes up this theme when Christians newspapers and elsewhere in the Christian world is becoming more and more free-for-all. So keep the world's people more standard than even the Pentecostal Charismatic Christians who unfortunately live in a large self-deception as with regard to living as a believer.

Forgiveness is the only way, everything else will lead you away from God, not for God and your spouse.

Jesus said we should forgive seventy times seven!

Matt. 18th 21 Then Peter came to him and said, Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive him? as much as seven times? 22 Jesus said unto him, I say unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.

Seventy times seven stands for infinity. We must forgive others, especially our spouse. Why not forgive and give him / her a new and emerging genre is totally unscriptural. You've promised each other fidelity. Therefore remarriage sorry for what the Lord Jesus Christ taught and the apostle Paul.

Includes an article eventually teaching so clear that remarriage of believers is sin against God and what He has for us believers!

Posted by Christian Berg and Evy T. Røyland, this article has helped me a lot when I have definitely seen some details that have passed me by before.

What does the Bible really about divorce?

Here I move into one of the tenderest and most difficult subjects can be recorded in the Bible, what the Bible says about divorce and gjengifting? Before I begin, I would say that what I write here is not to be taken as judgmental. I have every respect for those who have experienced divorce and all the bad things this entails. Those who have experienced this will be treated with respect and love, not condemnation. So be kind and remember that I only interested in what the Bible says and has therefore taken a study on this. But it is important that feelings and consideration for others begins and shape what we stand for, what must the Bible and the Bible alone do. When the Norwegian vocabulary is very poor compared to English, so I will here use some English verses, and I will look into the basic text sometimes, so one gets a clearer picture. The Norwegian name for example. adultery the same inside and outside marriage, it does not because the lyrics in English and thankfully, so by and see because the lyrics and English verses are more of the opinion thankfully.

Part 1 Widows and widowers can remarry according to the Bible, this Bible is very clear.

Widows and widowers can definitely get married again shown they marry someone even can marry legally. This means that the other person is not separated. Rooms 7:3 "As long as man lives, the one who committed adultery if she marries another. But if her husband dies, she is free from that law no adulteress, though she marries another ". 1 Tim.5.14. "I will therefore that the younger widows marry, have children, and rule his own house, so they do not give your opponent any opportunity to slander." 1 Kor.7.39. "A wife is bound as long as her husband lives. But if her husband is dead, she is free to marry anyone she wishes, only in the Lord. " Not only does the Bible gjengifting of the longest shown one party in a marriage dies, the Bible encourages almost there. Ruth is a very good example of how the Bible is supportive of remarriage, when it comes to widows and widowers. It is interesting to note that a whole book is concerned with this question, and also that in Jesus lineage meetings remarriage widows / widowers. So here is the Bible is very clear, widowers and widows to remarry shown that they marry then of course you can get married legally, it is of course essential.

Part 2 What the Bible says about divorce, open bible for divorce or does it not?

Mark 10:2 "And some Pharisees came, and to test him they asked a man be allowed to divorce his wife? 3 What did Moses command you? "He said. 4 And they said, Moses allowed the man to write a certificate of divorce, and divorce her. 5 And he said unto them, Because of your hardness of heart he wrote you this commandment. 6 But from the beginning of creation, God made them male and female. 7 Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother, 8 and the two shall become one. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. 9 What therefore God hath joined together, let man not separate. "

Notice that God has joined together the two, and that no one should or can separate what God has joined together. Furthermore, we see that the Pharisees challenging Jesus on this subject. They have now realized that there is no divorce. But Moses granted their divorce letter time when they were so hard in your hearts but this was temporary and not as God intended it says it and it's not the way it should be now. They then ask Jesus on about this when they come to the house they were on the way to Jesus answered them very clearly in the next verse: Mark 10:10 "When they entered the house again, the disciples asked him about this. 11 He said to them, 'Whoever divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her. 12 And if a woman divorces her husband and marries another, she commits adultery. "

Luke 16:18 "Whoever divorces his wife and marries another, commits adultery. And whoever marries a woman divorced from her husband commits adultery. " 1 Corinthians 7:10 "To the married I have this requirement, yet not I, but the Lord: A wife must not separate from her husband. 11 But if she does depart, let her remain unmarried or be reconciled to her husband. And a husband must not divorce his wife. "

The Bible is crystal clear on this with divorce. Everyone, take note of "everyone," which stand, and marries another commits adultery. And whoever marries a divorced commits adultery. This is the bible as clear as possible for. But what showed a first been separated, the Bible says anything about it? Yes it does, we just saw in 1 Corinthians 7:11 that when she or he is divorced living alone or reconnect with the person than married. Getting married this person himself instead with another person engaged in prostitution, according to the Bible.

Part 3 There is an exception in Matthew 19.9 says someone today, but let's take a closer look at this verse.

Here is the exception says many today. Shown one person commits adultery, then the second right on divorce and are free to marry another, as long as the other person even can marry legally. Whoever was guilty of adultery can not remarry under this misperception. But this is simply not what Jesus says in Matthew chapter 19 and I will show why. But first I'd like to see what adultery is, according to Jesus, it is nemelig not only that we usually even think, to have physical sex with another, it is something much more proven we let Jesus define adultery. Matthew 5:28 "But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman to lust after her has already committed adultery with her in his heart". This is some of what Jesus fought for and teach while He was here on earth. Teaching us that sin in our thought-life is the same as the sinful actions we perform physically. Jesus defines himself for us and what adultery is and what is his definition of adultery, we must deal with. So let's pretend matte 19.9 really means a lot said today. Then that is a person stand, and marry another, shown the other person in the marriage has looked with lust at another person. Then this person follow Jesus committed fornication, and the other can thus distinguish themselves, and marry another. This shows how wrong it is when one interprets matte 19.9 so, then there's hardly a married person, which will not be entitled to and be able to stand and remarry with another. Shown we are honest, we have enough the vast majority of us fell in some time and does Matt 19,9 someone today say, then that is when the other party could divorce and marry another proved this happens.

The next thing one must consider is that shown matte 19.9 means that some interpret it, then that is a woman who has a husband who has sinned in thought life, only with and covet another woman (and without touching her), separate themselves, and remarry. As a woman living with a tyrant, a man who beats her and beat up her every weekend when he's drunk, she can not divorce or remarry as they interpret Matthew 19.9. This just shows even more how crazy this interpretation of Matthew 19,9 really is when one looks closely at what this interpretation really lead to.

And even worse, the wrong interpretation of Matt 19.9 has only led to even more arguments and difficulties between husband and wife, when married couples often end up with and argue about who is the innocent and the guilty. Lucky If not saying Matt 19.9 it some today say, Jesus is talking about something completely different and we'll look at now: What is it really Jesus says in Matthew 19.9 as some today erroneous call exception rule? Matt 19.9 "I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife for any reason other than sexual immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery." This is the verse, here put the innocent party in adultery in a marriage free, to both divorce and gjengifting say them. It may look like at first glance, but it is in full conflict with the rest of the Bible say about divorce and remarriage. There are two major problems in this text, it says wife, and it is untrue. This with it's wife I will look at later, let us first concentrate on this with adultery. The problem with the Norwegian Bible is poor vocabulary, compared to eg. English Bible and the basic texts of the Bible. The Norwegian printed adultery both of infidelity outside of marriage and adultery. This does not, however, because the text of the Bible, the distinction between infidelity in marriage and outside marriage, with two different words. Let us first of all look at Matt 19.9 in English Bibles:

Matthew 19:9 "And I say to you, Whoever Shall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and Shall marry another, commits adultery: and whoever marries in wooden put away does commit adultery."

Notice that there are two different words for adultery. Fornication and adultery. What Jesus is saying here is that a discharge from his wife for any reason other than "fornication" and marries another driver "adultery", and also means that whoever marries the divorced woman driver "adultery". What say as dictionaries of words fornication and adultery? Check this out myself happily in online dictionaries, Wikipedia and the like, I have obtained from a large online dictionary: Webster defines Adultery as: Voluntary sexual intercourse between a married man and someone other than his wife or between a married woman and someone other than her husband. Webster defines Fornication as: Consensual sexual intercourse between two persons not married two eachother. Shown as we go into the basic texts in Greek and peers, we see that in the original Greek texts of the New Testament, the word "porneia" in fornication. We see further that the word adultery comes from the word "moicheia" as the basic text also makes an important distinction between the two we see. Let's look at some examples in the Bible that shows that the Bible distinguishes between the two things all the way:

Hebrews 13:4 "Marriage is honorable among all, and the bed undefiled, but fornicators and adulterers Good will judge." 1.Corinthians 6:9 "Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor Homosexuals, nor sodomite ". Galatians 5:19 "Now the works of the flesh are evident, wooden are: adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lewdness". We see it through the entire New Testament, fornication and adultery are two separate things and both words adduced in the same sentences as two different things. Remember that Paul said that in order to avoid fornication (sex outside marriage), it is better that they got married.

1 Corinthians 7: "But Because of fornication, let a man take a wife and a woman take her husband." We begin now and sense what the words fornication and adultery really is, and now it might be time and recall Matt 19.9 again as is the discussion in this section. Talking Jesus really about infidelity in marriage in this verse? Matthew 19:9 "And I say to you, Whoever Shall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and Shall marry another, commits adultery: and whoever marries in wooden put away does commit adultery." No, Jesus uses the word fornication, adultery is not the word, as Jesus speaks is not about infidelity in marriage in Matthew 19.9. But what is he talking about? And why is the "wife" shown they are not married? We will see later that Joseph is described as Mary's husband before they were married, this is seen in all Bibles, but why is it called wife and husband when they are not married yet? And why is it "put away" and not divorce ang than the stand from here because of adultery? I encourage anyone reading this to yourself and study Jewish traditions bryllyps on serious websites. There, one will see that when they betrothed themselves were the "husband and wife" and work for. They were bound and betrothed to each other, but they had not yet become one flesh, it was the first when they were married, they are one until death do them. We read further in the Jewish wedding tradition that only things like. shown the woman was not a virgin and so was the basis for and break with her when they were betrothed. And this is what Jesus addresses in Matthew 19.9. Therefore, Jesus uses the word fornication, not adultery. Notice that Mary and Joseph were engaged, they were under this trolovelstiden before marriage when Mary was pregnant by the Holy Spirit. Joseph called her husband in Norwegian Bibles and it will be even better in English Bibles and in the original text that we see in the second verse below here. Matt 1:19 "Joseph, her husband, who was righteous and did not want to mock her, then divorce her quietly. 20 And when he had decided this, the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, "Joseph son of David! Do not be afraid to take Mary home to you as your wife. " Matt 1, 19 "Then Joseph her husband, being a just man, and not willing two make here a publick example, was minded two put here away privily."

Did you get everything here '. Here we see that they are regarded as husband and wife, before they were finally married, they are here only betrothed to each other to Jewish custom was, but Joseph is called in the Bible, even for her husband. This explains why it is wife of Matthew 19.9, they were, according to Jewish tradition regarded as husband and wife in this period also shows the bible itself here. I urge again and read about Jewish wedding traditions and even see that this is true. Also note the wording "put away", Joseph wanted and "put away" Maria when he realized that she was pregnant, they had the not been married and had sex. There is no divorce in Matthew 19.9, it says "put away", and that's what they did if they broke the betrothal. This too will be able to read about on sites that deal with Jewish wedding traditions. "Put away" is not a divorce, there is a break in trolovelstiden, due to infidelity, loss of virginity, etc.

The Hebrew word "shalach" in the Greek text which translates to "put away" means separation, go apart, split up, etc, but it does not and has never meant divorce in marriage, ever. The Bible does not use the word for divorce even once. What is interesting is that Jesus himself, and was accused of having been born in fornication. So that His mother, Mary, was to have been unfaithful in betrothal since she was pregnant: Joh.8: 40 "But you will kill me, a man that hath told you the truth that I heard from God. It did not Abraham. 41 You do as your father did. "" We are not born of fornication, "they said. "We have one Father: God." 42 Jesus answered, "If God were your Father, you would love me."

John8: 40 "But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, wooden I have heard of God: this did not Abraham. Ye do the deeds of your father. Then they said two him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God.

Here we see in both Norwegian and English Bible, they bully Jesus, and be born of fornication. We are not born of fornication they say to him in a sarcastic way. But again, the problem with Norwegian that it is the same word for adultery before and in marriage, adultery. However, in English and in the original text, the Bible makes it clear here what it talks about, it talks about fornication we see right over here. Jesus is accused of and be born of fornication, that infidelity during betrothal to his mother. It is this type of adultery, Jesus confronts in Matthew 19.9, there is no infidelity in a marriage, then it would been adultery, not fornication, and it would have been divorce does not put away. So by interpreting and P Matt 19.9, many deluded and think here is one exception to this with divorce and gjengifting, but it is not true, and the result is that many unfortunately fornicators and think that everything is fine. This is when too strictly, God can not be said so many. He really asking me to live alone the rest of your life shown I get divorced? Yes that's what God's Word says, then he shall either live alone or be reunited with the one was married. Do not go there now, so go there maybe later, God can help and restore all damaged marriage shown we let him, he added, everything is possible with God.

But this is shown for the hard of God and ask for such a thing, what about all the others who have to make big Offringa for and live in harmony with God's word and will? Shown eg. two gays are saved, read the bible and realize that this is against God's will, they have two choices. Either continue living the way and reject God's word, or add it to God, ask for forgiveness and turn away from that life. They can not ask God for forgiveness also continue in sin, forgiveness is by repentance from sin, the Bible teaches.

Two cohabitants can not continue living together if they are saved and know God's word, they must turn away from this life. This is important, so important that John the Baptist gave his head for this, he was beheaded after having warned against illegal gjengifting. It does thankfully we do, but here it is important to have clear voice when God's word is very clear about what is happening shown we break this. One of the Ten Commandments says that we should not commit adultery, and it is the Ten Commandments we all shall be judged, it shows the importance of and get this right. (End of quote).

Final comment:

The fact that your spouse or you are cheating or otherwise fails is a great and terrible offense. But there are also many other areas of our lives that we have to work with. To be a good and devoted spouse. The most important thing for a believer to begin to walk with God - as Enoch.

BO H. Clausen has written something about Enoch that I bring to the end. For the secret of all good in the Christian life and life in general is to walk with God, almost hand in hand. That's what it says about Enoch in the text because he and God walked so close to each other as a married couple.

Begin to walk with God!

Enoch walked with God, and then he was gone, for God took him. (1 Gen. 5.24) The fifth chapter of Genesis contains Adams pedigree. Here we find a variety of names, and only about two of them said specifically something good. It's Noah, the man who God called to build an ark to save for life on earth, and Enoch.

Enoch was a prophet walked with God. Judas, the brother of Jesus, wrote of him: Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about these people and said, "Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of His saints to execute judgment on all, to convict all the ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed on show and for all the harsh words ungodly sinners have spoken against Him. "(Jud 1.14 to 15)

Enoch, that the seventh after Adam, the first doomsday prophet. He looked through the ages and into the future termination. He saw the judgment that the Lord would shed over all the wicked of the earth. In that time he lived, a time that was filled with more and more evil, he was a prophet who preached God judge sin.

I do not think that this man was a popular person, and perhaps people interested in killing him. We know not, but it might not be that hard to imagine. It was in any case so that Enoch "only" lived 365 years! When God finished his life on earth, not by letting him die, but when he was caught up into heaven alive.

Today we live in a time where we do well to heed Enoch. It should be imperative for us to walk with God. Then we can also be sure that God will take care of us. He accepts namely personal responsibility for his walking alongside. How are you? Have you started to walk with God? You can easily do this by turn to Jesus in prayer, tell Him that you are a sinner and that you need His forgiveness. Then he will be a part of your life, and you can begin to walk with Him. For a little more than ten years ago I started to walk with God. At the same time he began to speak to me, and I had the pleasure of serving Him. There have been a few good years, and I also recommend you to do this. Then, when you walk with Him, you will not get lost. He will guide you to your destination.

Related links: http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/06/nr-521-christian-who-is-married-again.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/05/nr-498-inger-and-jan-hanvold-are-pigs.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/04/nr-491-yvind-kleiveland-divorced.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/05/nr-508-it-is-better-to-go-alone-into.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/05/nr-512-why-will-not-christian-norway.html

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