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Can God forgive you for getting a divorce for reasons other than adultery? I have been divorced twice. I am remarried and I feel sure he's the one that was meant for me. I have asked for forgiveness but still feel a void in my relationship with God and I wonder if that is the reason.

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God is a forgiving God, but a person is playing with fire if they think they can play games with God. Remember He knows your heart.
First of all, if you came to Christ an asked for forgiveness concerning your marriages an divorces, He will forgive you if you came to Him with a contrite heart. If you did already and you still feel like he has not forgiven you, then you have not felt His forgiveness. But be sure, He does forgive.
---Luke on 1/3/17


If Miche said: 'I killed 2 people and I am about to kill a 3rd person. I know it's in the Commandments NOT TO KILL. But, I feel it's meant for me to kill this 3rd person.

My answer would still be the same:

God forgives you, but God is telling you NOT to KILL the 3rd person.

You ask: How do you know God is telling her not the killed the 3rd person?

I would say 'Because the Bible said NOT to kill

It isn't complicated.

Jesus' Commands are for me, you and Miche.

Divorce and Killing isn't Rhema.

Jesus is clear on the no divorce rule.

//When did I ever mention a job or breakfast?---StrongAxe

(e.g. whom to marry, what job to take, what to have for breakfast).---StrongAxe on 12/30/16
---Nicole_Lacey on 1/2/17


Nicole_Lacey:

On 12/17/16, you wrote: No, what I meant was maybe God is telling her...

You specifically mentioned "God telling HER", NOT "God telling US". I was taking issue with that ONE specific assertion only. When God speaks to all in general, that is Logos, When God speaks to one of us specifically, that is Rhema. "Don't eat pork" is Logos. "Don't eat the red cookie on the top shelf in the pantry until after Christmas" is Rhema. I was not questioning your comments on re-marriage, or clothes, or anything else.

Just stop trying to take my conversation from her 3rd marriage to some nonsense of a job or breakfast.

When did I ever mention a job or breakfast?
---StrongAxe on 1/2/17


//I think this is the primary reason why most blogs go off-topic.---StrongAxe

This is rich.

That's you.

I made a statement to Miche's question about her 3rd marriage.

Not about her clothes, job or anything else.

You asked me to clarify and I did.

You didn't like my clarification as if I was STILL speaking about her job, clothes and anything ELSE besides her 3rd marriage.

I told you, no I am ONLY speaking about her remarriage.

You were not happy with this answer.

I gave you evidence that the lady is talking about her 3rd marriage and Matt 19:8.

Just stop trying to take my conversation from her 3rd marriage to some nonsense of a job or breakfast.

You can if you wish.
---Nicole_Lacey on 1/1/17


Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: Please STICK to the question above. ... Why are you changing her question?

I am not replying to her question above, but rather, challenging YOUR earlier claim that Jesus was speaking to HER.

I think this is the primary reason why most blogs go off-topic. One person makes a statemnt in support of the topic, but that statement itself is subject to dispute, and when another person challenges it, and the first person defends it, the discussion goes off on a tangent about the validity of that statement.

If one is constrained to only speaking about the topic itself, people will be able to get away with saying even the most outrageous things, which will be able to stand without challenge.
---StrongAxe on 1/1/17




//You wrote: Jesus' Words are True and Alive yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Yes, but they are NOT spoken to anyone SPECIFICALLY. They are Logos - NOT Rhema.---StrongAxe on 1/1/17

Please STICK to the question above.

She is talking about her 3rd marriage.

She READ Matt 19:8 and cited.

We don't have to wonder about her job or what she has to pick the next day of what to wear.

Miche isn't worried about a job or clothes.

She said what is her concern and is asking for help about her concern of marriage.

Why are you changing her question?
---Nicole_Lacey on 1/1/17


Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: Jesus' Words are True and Alive yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Yes, but they are NOT spoken to anyone SPECIFICALLY. They are Logos - NOT Rhema.
---StrongAxe on 1/1/17


//Oh really? How did God speak to HER?//

Bible

//Did you hear God saying that?//

No, I read His Words.

Matthew 19:8-9 Jesus replied, Moses permitted you to divorce your wives because your hearts were hard. But it was not this way from the beginning. 9 I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery.


Why do you think Miche wrote "getting a divorce for reasons other than adultery."?

Miche obviously read Matthew 19 and believed Jesus at His own word.

//merely that your assertion that "God was speaking to HER" is incorrect.---StrongAxe

Jesus' Words are True and Alive yesterday, today and tomorrow.
---Nicole_Lacey on 12/31/16


Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: Leave her current husband because she is STILL married to her first husband.

Oh really? How did God speak to HER? Did you hear God saying that? Because you aren't relying on any specific Rhema that God gave specifically to her, but rather, a generic Logos written 2000 years ago. You can say "God was speaking to all of us" in a generic sense, but NOT that God was speaking to her specifically.

You are making it too complicated. She is the one who said she got a divorce and is remarried.

I am not saying your conclusion is wrong - merely that your assertion that "God was speaking to HER" is incorrect.
---StrongAxe on 12/31/16


//You missed my point.//

Obviously you missed my point even though you wrote the point I was making. ???

//What, exactly, IS God telling her NOW?//

Leave her current husband because she is STILL married to her first husband.

Jesus stopped Moses granting of divorces. Matthew 19

//How can YOU possibly know?//

Because she said she is remarried.

//but you can't get Rhema (e.g. whom to marry, what job to take, what to have for breakfast).---StrongAxe

You are making it too complicated. She is the one who said she got a divorce and is remarried.

Not a remarried widow and no adultery. She read Matthew 19

I said God always forgives, but He still wants you to follow His Commands.
---Nicole_Lacey on 12/30/16




Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: No, what I meant was maybe God is telling her to separate from the current spouse because she is still married to the 1st spouse.

You missed my point. What, exactly, IS God telling her NOW? How can YOU possibly know? Such a communicaton is a Word from God, but it is Rhema (a specific word), rather than Logos (the general Word). You can get Logos from reading the Bible (e.g. what is the nature of Jesus, and of God, and of Salvation), but you can't get Rhema (e.g. whom to marry, what job to take, what to have for breakfast).
---StrongAxe on 12/30/16


//Nicole_Lacey:
You wrote: God always forgives, but are you following whatever HE is asking of you now?

It's hard to tell - often, people as God for advice about what they should do now, but get no answer.//

No, what I meant was maybe God is telling her to separate from the current spouse because she is still married to the 1st spouse.

Forgiveness comes with the condition of repentance: Turning away from sin

//The Bible tells you to work and that it's good to marry, but doesn't tell you which job or spouse you should choose.---StrongAxe on 12/27/16

Not exactly. Jesus said NOT everyone should marry.

And which job or which spouse to choose from isn't a sin needing forgiveness.
---Nicole_Lacey on 12/27/16


Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: God always forgives, but are you following whatever HE is asking of you now?

It's hard to tell - often, people as God for advice about what they should do now, but get no answer. The traditional advice of "looking to the Word" isn't really the answer either, because that is people asking for Rhema, but receiving Logos instead. The Bible tells you to work and that it's good to marry, but doesn't tell you which job or spouse you should choose.
---StrongAxe on 12/27/16


//Can God forgive you for getting a divorce?//

Yes. Some have to get a civil divorce for safety all the time.

But, remarriage is another thing.

//I have been divorced twice. I am remarried and I feel sure he's the one that was meant for me.//

I not trying to be mean, but I am sure you felt the other 2 were the one for you at the time as well.

//I have asked for forgiveness//

God always forgives, but are you following whatever HE is asking of you now?

//but still feel a void in my relationship with God and I wonder if that is the reason.//

No, I think you been having a void in life for years, and filling that void with husbands when God wanted you to fill that void with Him.
---Nicole_Lacey on 12/27/16


I am married once and have had one only and I feel a void in my relationship with God as well and this void has been much of my adult life even in church and even in Bible school and in my prayers. I have read the Bible cover to cover many times and have been involved in ministries. Still there is void.
---mike4879 on 12/26/16


Back to another post.
Jhn 14:18 I will not leave you orphans, I will come to you.
---micha9344 on 5/20/15

Key phrase: "Leave you Orphans".
Lam_5:3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mothers are as widows.
Lam 5:20 Wherefore dost thou forget us for ever, and forsake us so long time?
Lam 5:21 Turn thou us unto thee, O LORD, we shall be turned, renew our days as of old.
Rom_9:4 Who are Israelites, to whom pertaineth the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the service of God, and the promises,
Gal_4:5 To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.

12 Sons composed the entire House of Israel that was under the Law.
---Trav on 5/20/15


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/My priest is greater than ur pope can ever become in his wildest universal power fantasy.\--Trav on 5/20/15
Agreed.
Back to another post.
Jhn 14:18 I will not leave you orphans, I will come to you. (NKJV)
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit all fulfilling fatherly roles in our lives.
Isaiah 9:6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
---micha9344 on 5/20/15


I am sorry Trav, you misunderstood me.
You cited Josh Elliott, CTVNews.ca
Published Wednesday, October 29, 2014 6:06PM EDT
Not Pope Francis.

I remember the Pope's comment, but it is not what Elliott is claiming.

Again, the Pope was saying if the Big Bang happened it was started by God in the first time.
Something can't come from nothing.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/20/15


Pope Francis says the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real,...---5/18/15

But, that one you must post Pope Francis WHOLE statement.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/18/15

What more needs to be said. He said just enough.
There is never room in 125 words to post everything. It is understood here that all one has to do is Google a key phrase or word.
You post it...he's your dope pope.
He'll never be mine. I repeat, neva-eva.
My priest is greater than ur pope can ever become in his wildest universal power fantasy.

Mat_23:9 call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven.
---Trav on 5/20/15


You are going to feel a void regardless. But of divorce and marrying again, the Bible is clear that it is adultery for a man to marry a divorced woman. However, there is no command against you returning to your last husband. Nor is there a command against you having children with your last husband. I do not think you should marry again and since you have difficulty living with men, don't. Just return to your last husband and ask to have kids through him. Then your needs are met.
---mike6384 on 5/18/15


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Trav, THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! THANK YOU for posting your sources!

But you didn't complete my talking point on crazy lies.
Priests and Nuns are not trying to get annulments.
There are problems with EVERY Religions, Countries, Societies and Families.

Pope Francis says the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real, God did not wave a magic wand to create the universe.---Trav on 5/18/15

But, that one you must post Pope Francis WHOLE statement. Because I believe he said, even if the world was started by the 'big bang' and continued by evolution it all had to be started by God.

So yes, God did use a magic wand as you put it, to create the world.
Because exposition doesn't ignite from NOTHING.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/18/15


...I heard so many crazy stories from people who left the Catholic Church.
All lies.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/15/15

Ahhhh, looks like your pope didn't tell you about the problems going on.
The Associated Press
Published Wednesday, November 5, 2014 1:19PM EST
VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis on Wednesday denounced the hardships Catholics can face when seeking marriage annulments, revealing he once fired an official who tried to charge thousands of dollars for one.
Also same area:

Josh Elliott, CTVNews.ca
Published Wednesday, October 29, 2014 6:06PM EDT

Pope Francis says the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real, God did not wave a magic wand to create the universe.
---Trav on 5/18/15


\\One was due to emotional and physical abuse and the other was because he did not take an interest in his family and was mean to my son from my first marriage.\\

Neither of these are Biblical grounds for remarriage after divorce.

Christ is risen!
---Cluny on 5/16/15


My ex wife decided to divorce me because she was too depressed (she was a person who was often clinically depressed) and did not want to be with me. In the end, after some disagreements, I accepted it, though I did not want to.

Later I remarried, though I am not sure if remarrying was actually good.

Your comments?
---Peter on 5/16/15


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My friend had no reason to lie. He wasn't in the mood to defend the church of his discouragements.--Trav on 5/15/15

But you had to add this comment for what reason:

$10,000.00 was a Catholic definition of price/cost of release in the above case.---Trav on 5/13/15

Sorry, that's why I said nice try. Because you didn't end you post with your friend comment, but one of your own.

I heard so many crazy stories from people who left the Catholic Church.
All lies.
Such as: The Nuns are for the Priest's pleasure. That's why Nuns ran orphanages around the world because the kids were REALLY their own kids (Priests and Nuns)

Sorry again.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/15/15


Nice try Trav, ...
News flash: Priests CAN'T annulled marriages. Nope
ONLY BISHOPS
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/14/15

Whoa, whoa, woe. Didn't know. Even more interesting now.
Wasn't a try, it was a truth.
Truth / light doesn't try it succeeds...every time against a "darkness". You noticed that just a little illuminates a huge area?
(Sounds like the priest is gonna give the Bishop a split:)
Wonder what (off the record silent cannon) law they have between them on dividing the unholy spoils.
Now would this be down the middle or a 60/40 thing? Bet da pope don't get a nickel. Maybe he does?

My friend had no reason to lie. He wasn't in the mood to defend the church of his discouragements.
---Trav on 5/15/15


Nice try Trav, but first find out the rules (cannon law) before distorting them.

News flash: Priests CAN'T annulled marriages. Nope
ONLY BISHOPS

Rod4him, I meant if your now spouse was married before and failed to tell you. Yes, even if it has been 40 years, you are not married. He is married but not to you.

Or Gunshot marriage. Those types of incident.

But, I see you point about no one is ready. Thoses can't get divorce.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/14/15


Sounds like Catholic teaching. I have a friend/acquaintance who got a Catholic wedding annulled after about 40 years...
---Rod4Him on 5/13/15

A Catholic work friend from Chicago told me that his Catholic priest would allow and approve a divorce, for $10,000.00.
Probably more now that poser is gone.
Wonder what reverend wrong charges there?

The vows used to be for better or worse.
Defining worse is hard and personal. I have no answer either.
$10,000.00 was a Catholic definition of price/cost of release in the above case.
---Trav on 5/13/15


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//Not having full consent of knowing what commitment you are getting into can as well make your 1st marriage invalid.//

Sounds like Catholic teaching. I have a friend/acquaintance who got a Catholic wedding annulled after about 40 years...I guess he didn't know what he was getting into. How many people know what they are getting into when they get married? ...not a one!

For what it's worth, I don't think absolute thinking in marriage and divorce issues are as cut and dry as some seem to think... I know what I think isn't worth much...:-)
---Rod4Him on 5/13/15


Only focus on the first marriage because the 2nd one doesn't count.

If your 1st husband was married prior to your 1st marriage would make it invalid. So, this marriage you are in now is valid.
But, remember God is Mercy itself. He is more forgiving than you.

Find a legal specialist to help you determine if your 1st marriage can be annulled.

Plus, your religious beliefs plays a big part of your marriage.

Not having full consent of knowing what commitment you are getting into can as well make your 1st marriage invalid.
Be at peace and investigate.
---Nicole_Lacey on 5/12/15


there is reason for divorce under Abuse..its not just adultery.
---wendy on 5/10/15


I just read an awesome book by Myles Munroe titled Single, Married, Seperated and life after divorce. It has helped me to understand something I suspect that every christians feels once we turn our lives over to the Lord. We feel a singleness and desire to know God, and know everything there is about him. Then through life we slack off from the way we started. I say that to say this. Be encourage seek God. Scripture - Phillippians 4:19
Matthew 6:14-15
1 John 1:9
I pray these will minister to you according to the will and grace of our Lord Jesus.
---1Usmcmarine on 4/26/11


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you are committing the acts of adultery everyday as long as your first and second husbands are alive, to make right with God you need to separate from this man like in Ezra 10:10-11 and live alone For John had said unto Herod, It is not lawful for thee to have thy brother's wife, you have taken two women's husbands. If the other two men are dead then your free from the sin of adultery, if not separate and repent, better to live without man than God
---Gareth_Rodway on 4/25/11


No one is casting stones when they tell you that if your conscience is not free that is because you married and it was not permitted for you to do so. Matt 19: 9 tells you a woman is not in the equation for remarriage and it may just be because that's the way God planned things in terms of Eve sinning before Adam and the rank we fall in, I can see no other reason more than God has a plan and who are we to argue if he said we should remain single then stay single we must.
No stones just plain and simple bible truth. everyone has sin only Christ can forgive, but we need to back out of the sin we caused first or after, we cannot remain in it, or or salvation is in vein.
---Carla on 4/22/11


If you got divorced for other than adultery and you are remarried*, then you are living in adultery. How is God going to forgive you when you contiue to live in adultery.
---francis on 4/22/11


God has great mercy on us and us forgiving. The problem you have with a void is guilt. You feel you have disobeyed God, which you did. I think also it depends on the circumstances that brought it about. Forgiveness from God is not given without repentance. I believe if you are the one who initiated the divorce that asking forgiveness from the others would give you freedom.
---willa5568 on 4/20/11


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Yes you can remarry. Truth is a second marriage is harder, there are consequences that will come from your first marriage, but you are under grace as well. Christians are people of the second chance Jesus was.
Those without sin cast the first stone.
---Scott on 4/18/11


A confession: I am also married twice, and now I feel guilty about it.....

My first wife left me due to depression, though she had not cheated on me after marriage (though I found out she had before we were married, but I do not know if that is a reason).

I larter remarried, but now I am in a difficult position

I have a long-running suspicion that remarriage was not proper, but divorce is also not correct

What should I do?
---Peter on 4/5/11


We can all tell you to do this and do that according the bible..but we tend to lead to our own understanding.I know that God forgives all sins.(except one)..that is the gift of repentance through salvation.i wish you and your marriage the best.God forgives.but not forgiving yourself you have not accepted his forgiveness..because you are questioning yourself and your actions and whether you are forgiven or not.once you ask for forgiveness leave it at the foot of his throne and allow him to cast this to debts of the sea and remember your sins no more..Cast your burdens upon him...and allow him to give you peace..peace in your life..w/out peace you have no life at all..stop letting this constantly eat at you...You are forgiven..God bless you...
---MrsCox on 2/28/11


(I.)miche3348 , Dear one, it depends on how much light of the Scriptures that you had at the time of your re-marriage. God is just, some have been taught wrong, some didn't have enough of the light in regard to God's Truth at the time of their re-marriage, God will take that into consideration in His perfect judgment (without being a respecter of persons)every case is different, but you must be upfront with God and yourself, honestly asking God for wisdom, for the answer...
---Mrs._Morgan on 10/25/06


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(II.)Miche3348, Did you have"enough of light" in regard to God's Truth, concerning this when you remarried? Were you aware enough that adultery/death are the only conditions for re-marriage? Did you feel apprehensive, that you were going against God's will? If you knew these things and still remarried, you are in error, you need to leave that person, one can't repent and still remain in that error,that would be hypocrisy and you would put yourself in bondage. I will pray for you.
---Mrs._Morgan on 10/25/06


Read and re-read the scriptures on Divorce if this man is married to you and the reason for your divorce was not because your first spouse committed Fornication you both comitted Adultery when you re-married another man according to the scriptures. Matt 19, Mark 10, Corinth 7, Romans 7. Rev 21
---Carla5754 on 10/25/06


Read Matthew 19:1-9. How can one explain away those verses?
---Marietta on 10/24/06


Read Matthew 19:1-9. How can one explain away those verses?
Read I Cor.7:10 & 11. How can one explain away those verses?
Divorce is not always wrong, but I believe remarriage is wrong.
---Marietta on 10/24/06


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You have sinned and have repented. A far as I can read, you are also forgiven. Just accept that fact and quit receiving condemnation fromt those who still want you to be guilty. Believe what the Word says and accept your forgiveness.
---John on 10/23/06


greetings,for miche,be of good cheer.considering that we have never before lived in the flesh,this life is a learning experience.God knows this.it is man who does not forgive their brothers and sisters.it is God who forgives us when we fail to get it right,considering no prior lifetime to gain life experiences.the void may be the rejection of unforgivers.the true objective is to continue onward and upward.in regards to marital relationships consider mary m. and who she walked with.
---earl on 10/23/06


God hates divorce, and marriage is a sacred institution not to be taken lightly. Yes, besides adultery, infidelity and proven abandonment are also grounds. For example, if your spouse decides to be a devout Satan-worshipper, then that would be diametrically opposed to your Christian mores and it would be sacrilegious to remain one flesh with him. And, if he leaves you, and you know that he is never returning, that is abandonment, and you are permitted to divorce.
---Eloy on 10/22/06


When I feel a void or a distance from God,it is ususally because I feel ashamed of something I have done. However, it is always important to know that we can Not trust feelings. Feel alone, not true, fact is we are never alone. Feel worthless, not true, the Bible shows us how precious we are. Feelings, yes they are real but not reliable.
---mary on 10/22/06


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i read a whole lot of ear tickling interpretations here. where exactly does it say it's ok to remarry? the Bible says if you remarry you're an adulterer,and the one who marries the divorcee. Jesus said of divorce-from the beginning it was not so, but Moses let then get divorces cause of the hardness of their hearts. i'm not saying divorce the one you are with, but when you got married the first time, he may not have been mr right, when you said 'i do' he BECAME mr right. this is all the result of sin
---r.w. on 10/22/06


If you have realy repented for divorcing your former husbandsm the void you are experiancing is unlikly to stem from your divorcing. You might concider repenting if you have not already done so, for marrying the wrong men in the first place. I thank God now that he has bought the right man to you.could you have a problem with forgiving yourself? I also think that you should talk to and pray with your husband about this issue, after all he should be your best friend.
---susanna on 7/26/05


Dear Miche,
Your problem is not your divorce, but your problem is, you don't believe in forgiveness! You asked for forgiveness. What did Jesus say about that? If you don't believe that you make Jesus a liar. Your sins are thrown in the dept of the see, because you asked forgiveness in the name of Jesus. Just trust what Jesus said!
---Ernst9433 on 6/30/05


marriage is ordained by GOD, sometimes we rush into it without first checking with him.
God forgives for our sins, he has already forgiven you.
---valer6644 on 6/30/05


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In the bible when they talk about only adultery being a reason. you have to understand that people were put to death for many things that is forgiven to day leaving the hurt partner a widow/widower. thus leaving them to marry again.the fact that this is your 3rd marriage, says that some thing is going on in your life beyond spiritual stuff. look at your past, do you have trouble with relationships? how is your relationship with God? bible, prayer, followship, how close are you trying to be to God?
---laure5469 on 6/30/05


Have you forgave yourself? 1 Corinthians 7:1-15 talks about the unbelieving departing. Christ has freed us from the law, Romans 8:2 and Colossians 2:14
---geraa7578 on 6/30/05


God himself hates putting away. In as much as I agree that God do forgive sins, yet I do not think we have the right to play down on his words. He regards his Word more than his name. I do not personaly agree to divorce.The Bible says that it is bcos of the hardness of our heart that Moses permitted it in the old testament but now if the Love of God truly dwells within us we will not have a reason to do that. However, it still takes two to be together and if not we are advised to remain unmarried.
---victoria on 6/30/05


Make sure you're not unequally yoked, no matter how you feel. There's only one 'unpardonable' sin, and it's not about marriage or remarriage, if indeed you are sinning. Are you feeding your 'inner man' by reading God's Word, how is your prayer life or church fellowship? Your answers may be found in these scriptures, James 1:5, I Jn.1:1>10, 3:18>24. Kathryn Kuhlman's "Daughter Of Destiny" may also be of help to you. Shalom.
---Guest on 6/30/05


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God is a forgiving God. He forgives us as far is the east is from the west. If you have repented and asked God to come and take your life in his hands and direct it from here on in then you have done as he asks you to do. Let God be the very foundation of your marraige. Only he can fill the voids.
---Marla on 6/29/05


My divorces were after my salvation. One was due to emotional and physical abuse and the other was because he did not take an interest in his family and was mean to my son from my first marriage. I cherrish the marriage I have now. We attend Church and we all take part in the music ministry. We have our differences but I have discovered that until I met him I really didn't know what love was. Please pray for our family. We still have some issues where my husband and youngest son are concerened...
---miche3348 on 6/29/05


1 John 1:9 says that if we confess our sins, God is faithrul and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. That scripture doesn't say some sins, it says all sins. God doesn't hold some things against us. No. If we repent, He will forgive it and put it as far from us as the east is from the west.Case closed.To discover this void, just talk to God about it.
---Chuck on 6/29/05


This is a question that you need to seek Him only about, because accepting advice from other believers will confuse you. You didn't say if your marriages were before or after salvation. God is a forgiving God. We know this from reading the stories of the patriarchs in the Old Testament. He WILL show you and bring you peace.
---Connie on 6/29/05


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