mandag 19. juni 2017

No. 1586: Solveig Henderson Leithaug's turbulent marriage with Ken Henderson gives her no access to a new marriage as reprisals are a shame for believers - for whatever reason!

No. 1586:
Solveig Henderson Leithaug's turbulent marriage with Ken Henderson gives her no access to a new marriage as reprisals are a shame for believers - for whatever reason!

She married in 2009 with manager Jim Chaffee, the Chaffee Management Group, as pictured here, Instagram publicly available publicly.
Have had a discussion with an anonymous about Solveig Henderson Leithaug who got a turbulent marriage - something not uncommon today!



I remember how she found the great love in the United States, married and had children. The two traveled around like a couple, breaking the bricks she sang. It was wonderful, not least that they came in with many non believers.
What has happened along the way I do not know and have nothing to do with it!
But that it was divorced tells everything that they went their way.
For whatever reason, neither of them has the opportunity of Christianity to create a new family, as they are bound to each other for as long as they live.
1 Cor. 7. 10 But I give the married, but not the Lord, that a wife shall not divorce her husband; 11 But if she is divorced from him, she continues to be unmarried or divorced with her husband-and that a man should not divorce his wife.
Luke 16 18 Whoever divorces his wife marries another woman, he is angry, and every one who marries a woman divorced from her husband is in charge of mischief.
It is not true for believers that they can invoke a turbulent marriage that gives access to a new marriage. Or unfaithfulness or something else in a picture, it is only death that gives access to a new marriage. All but this is sin and horror!
The innocent party
The theory of the innocent party is based on these two scriptures. Matt. 5:32: "But I tell you that every one who stands apart from his wife for any other reason than adore is the reason she breaks the marriage. And the one who marries a divorced woman breaks the marriage. Matt. 19: 9: But I say unto you, He that divorces his wife for any reason other than adultery, and marries another, breaks the marriage. And the one who marries her who is divorced breaks the marriage. These are the two scriptures that are often called the rule of exemption. With these scriptures at hand, many marriages have been resolved on the grounds that one spouse has been unfaithful: Therefore, the other spouse is required to divorce and marry again. This is a rewriting of the truth and one does not have to look beyond the last part of the verses to see that the possibility of marrying someone else is ruled out. It may be easy to have such an approach. This solution provides an opening for what is known as the innocent party in Christian contexts.The person who remains innocent in a marriage where the spouse has been unfaithful will be able to avail himself of a newly acquired freedom to marry again. This is not a true representation of the word of God. This opportunity will also cause them to live infidelity in the new marriage one and thus still live a shame. In all cases it would not be possible to judge righteously with regard to the innocent party as we practice it in Norwegian churches today. Who will decide who was first unfaithful? What kind of infidelity should apply and justify an innocent party? Should sinful thoughts lead to a description of adultery in a marriage? Where should the line be drawn? Which criteria should be used? It would be an impossible situation to judge the tea within the concept of the innocent party. How will this be decided? God does not in any way allow human beings to judge in such impossible situations. These events would have led to a mockery of opinions, assumptions, speculations and own solutions that would only have caused chaos and not lead to peace and reconciliation for God's will. 11 Separate in the Engagement Phase In order to get the complete and complete overview of the use of these scriptures, we must see it in the light of addressing the Jewish disciples and the Jewish community. When we read in the first chapter of Matthew the gospel of Joseph who sought to divorce his wife, even if they were not married, this opening was applicable to divorce from his future bride. Joseph had promised Mary and her family that he would marry her. This engagement phase is called in Jewish tradition of Kiddushin. During this period lasting at least 12 months, the man and woman did not live together sexually, but they were still seen as husband and wife. For Jewish custom, this promise was as safe and serious as the marriage promise itself. Nevertheless, the Marriage Act opened the doors for divorce if it appeared that the wife had been unfaithful during this period. This was also the reason why this phase lasted for over a year, because if the fiance had been unfaithful, it would be possible for the future husband to determine whether she had had sexual intercourse with another man and become pregnant. Joseph would therefore stand in silence because the law said that anyone who was arrested in marriages could be stoned if someone made allegations about it. That this could be solved in this way during the engagement phase was that those who were to marry had not completed the marriage and thus the "innocent party" was free to marry again. But today, we do not say that we divorce ourselves from the engagement, then we just end it and have no theological problems with it. But in today's marriage it is common to complete sexual intercourse on the wedding night. Therefore, the spouses are in the position that they actually live in constant infidelity if they marry again. After the two believers had undergone Phase Two, the marriage marriage itself, they could have sexual intercourse with each other, and of course, each other. This part was often referred to as the man "took her home to herself." If one of the parties, such as the man, got reliable information that the woman had had intercourse with another man during the engagement period, he could divorce her before phase Two, the wedding itself, and then by giving her a divorce letter.
Here exchange comments between me and one who defends her whore!
Anonymous said
I have great faith in the deceased preacher Derek Prince. He had very good Bible knowledge and wrote several books, including "God is a matchmaker", which is highly recommended! He writes, among other things, that "there is a difference between a burglary and a homeowner. Yet we treat both spouses as equally guilty of a divorce." 
If you have a spouse with serious substance problems, you are not married to the person but with the rest. It is the noise that governs. Those who have not experienced it closely can hardly get into uncertainty, fear, shame with much more. 
Heia Solveig who got out before the damage became so great that she became powerless. She has shown herself, the children, and everyone else that one has to keep self-care and dignity. When the woman with bloodshed, who almost did not look up because she was not socially accepted, touched Jesus' robe, Jesus called her "DATTER". Jesus gave her dignity. Solveig is a daughter of Jesus who can lift his head and be bold in his song and speech. She has lived in the greatest trials, asked God for help, but realized after many years of wretchedness that it had to end. 
We look all the pieces and split. Straight theology, if anyone has, never saved anyone. We must review the scripture and then act after our conscience, but ultimately bet all on Father's endless grace.
June 7, 2017 at. 4:44 p.m.
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Hi! 
Agree with you in a lot. But do not agree with you that Solveig should be reprinted and be a front figure! 
In other words, she is "disqualified" to be a public person to be renegotiated. 
As for her first husband, he was then married to a burning Christian. That afterwards he fell in, and after a divorce, she chose to marry completely against the word of God. 
She should then put down the guitar and sing when she does not want or can live for the word of the Bible!
June 7, 2017 at. 8:24 p.m.
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  • Anonymous said ...
This is a difficult topic, and one of the moments is whether or not the reunification eliminates the possibility of reunification of the spouses, which many think is the best. See you at the Mosaic. 24. 1-4 is not reunification applicable, it is an abomination to the Lord. On the other hand, it does not say anything about the woman getting married again. 
In Matt.5.32, it is spoken of unfaithfulness, and in some English translations it is clearer that not being able to marry again, it applies as "in this way", that is, the one who, by unfaithfulness, causes divorce. 
I think that the spouse who is not the cause of divorce, in this case Solveig, is free to marry again. The one who is the actual guilty, however, should not marry again. The person has broken the intentions of marriage and put his spouse and children in a terrible situation. He is not fit for marriage. 
I wish more speakers took this up. It is far too easy to shut down for fear of hurting people in the church, but here it really needs the ability to distinguish between the one who does well and really want the marriage to work and the one who hurts into the marriage. Sometimes it becomes the one who wants to go to shelter and the children from evil.
June 8, 2017 at. 11:15
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None of us know the real reason why someone gets divorced. 
The scripture is sounding clear that the remake is hor. Both Solveig Leithaug and Ken Henderson live in horror when they are both reprisaled as believers. 
It is an abomination to God and people.
June 8, 2017 at. 2:23 p.m.
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  • Anonymous said ...
Such strong words do not dare to use when there is a mess in the picture! Just want to recomend the book of Derek Prince and of course the Bible. We should also get to know what was tradition and of course in the Hebrew culture, and thus it was not necessary to explain.
June 8, 2017 at. 8:39 p.m.
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What strong words do you mean? Did not know what you meant!
June 8, 2017 at. 10:40 p.m.
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That also the one who has tried, wanted and spent many years of rest in order to preserve the marriage had to go out to maintain health and dignity for himself and the children, being accused of living in horror because she married again. 
I think Dad will give her rebellion and dignity. It will not say that I can not easily see the divorce or divorce, but that we must distinguish who brings evil into marriage. I think there are some very few exceptions for who can divorce and be free to marry again. Who judges a burglary and the homeowner alike? Sometimes, we know who causes the evil and then we can not refuse saying that we can not know. Rest is rest, and infidelity is infidelity. We must know what we are doing. 
By the way, an important debate this. We remind each other that truth and mercy have kissed each other.
June 9, 2017 at. 0:22
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  • Jan K re Christensen said ...
  • Anonymous writing: "That also to the one who has pr o vd, willed, and held out for many to years of addiction to preserve marriage m to support get out to maintain the health and dignity for themselves and their children, are accused of living in adultery because she married p to again. 
    I think Dad will give her rebellion and dignity. » 

    Here you are completely on to the wrong track by the word of God, in my opinion. 
    Solveig Leithaug could differ from Ken Henderson, but when she married p to after the divorce she lives in adultery. When she is bound to Ken lifetime, s to his days. Does she mean another, says the scripture she is a whore. 

    Room. 7. 1. Know ye not, br ø Dre - I am speaking to those who know the law - that the law prevails over man s to long as he lives? 2 For the married woman is bound by law to her husband's to his days; but if her husband d o r, she l o st from the law of her husband. 3 Therefore she shall be called a whirlwind of her, while the man lives, another man; but if her husband d o r, she is free from the law, s to she is no adulteress if she marries another man. 
June 9, 2017 at. 9:01
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He, KEN, has broken the covenant, the bond, by totally altering life when he took drugs into the family. But I do not think we agree with these questions so we can give us here. Wish you (and me) good depths of writing in the revelation of His will.
June 9, 2017 at. 11:45 p.m.
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Yes, but if she denied sex? 
If she just wanted to sing and overlook him? 
The scripture states that divorce is allowed but not marry again until the other is dead. 
SO easy-why make it difficult?
June 10, 2017 at. 0:00
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But anonymous, you overfocus on divorce reason. It does not make the word of God, we are allowed to separate ourselves if the marriage becomes too difficult. 
After God's Word, to marry again, we do it, so we live in horror like Solveig Leithaug Henderson now does after Jesus and the Apostle Paul's teaching. 
The scripture is ready, either remain with your spouse, or live single. 
Is this possible? 
By the help of God, if not, at least she should not be a public model and convey the gospel. 
1 Cor. 7. 10 But I give the married, but not the Lord, that a wife shall not divorce her husband; 11 But if she is divorced from him, she continues to be unmarried or divorced with her husband-and that a man should not divorce his wife.
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