Enevald Flaaten he is a "free" man now that he is divorced? Or does not the marriage vow of Pentecostals and charismatics?
Enevald Flåten has preached part after the break in Bergen in a Filipino church in Oslo. It's Living Word Bible Center in Oslo where enough temptations are great for a man who claims he is as virile as a 20 year old. Read here:
Illustrative image of Filipino women as Fleet should have preached to, and other things happen fast when one is Fleet describes it: "You think I live more like a 20, 30-year-old both cognitive, occupational and energetically, not least when it comes to the visionary. "This was Enevald Fleet their own words, then it can quickly go overboard in several areas when a man who is over sixty think he really is 20 years.
There is a part that dork and laugh at what I bring to the table. Other ignore it and think it's gossip, etc. But all this is nonsense. This is vitally important things, aspects of life that we all go through more or less.
The day we got married, we entered into a promise. For a believer, it is far more than this. We also promise to God to stand by our spouse and both good and bad times, until death!
Now Enevald fleet as perhaps the most famous preacher retired from this promise ?!
Is he free to remarry as any other Pentecostal and charismatic preachers do when they get divorced? Or does not the word of God for these? They all are innocent and can remarry ?!
What does God's word? I mean completely proven and determined that these are as much bound to the word of God as any other as believers. They can not remarry!
Where did the doctrine into the so-called "innocent" party? This was a "new" doctrine. The first came after even Reformation. Read about it here:
It is in itself DNA that fleet should be separated, stand with others and eventually remarry. How can I say this? That's how everyone else doing, why should Enevald fleet be "worse" and more different? No, he is like everyone else. Equal and just go in their ways, the way that the Bible describes as wide and many go on it.
Matt. 7. 13 Enter through the narrow gate! For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. 14 But small is the gate and narrow is the road that leads to life, and few there be that find it.
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