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Does A Man Find A Woman

I am in the process of divorce and find it difficult to not want a companion. I have a strong faith in God and have been told that the man finds the woman. My ex was a pedafile.

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 ---Pat on 6/8/06
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In some cases God will allow the man to find the woman.>>>Thus saith the Lord thy God. Doesn't it make it easier.
---catherine on 4/18/08

Pat there's no formula, forget about women and the perfect one will you stumble thereon.
God Bless.
---Pharisee on 4/18/08

Madison1101, where in scripture did Jesus say that? Jesus said, "whoever marries a divorced person commits adultery." He said you can divorce if a spouse commits adultery on you, but Jesus NEVER EVER said "you can re-marry if your spouse committs adultery." Madison, please show where Jesus says you can remarry.
---Donna9759 on 6/26/06

So why do you want to remarry, Donna?
I thought your husband was only abusive.
---LisaB. on 8/24/07

While there are many that hinge their belief's on a "pretext" such as Babtist, you need to consider the concept and context: What God has joined together... does God (kowing all) join together a sinner with a believer?
No! The question lies as follows: were you married as Jesus identified: The two shall become one (Spiritual). If you fall victem to false doctrine... you will be misarable
God said: It's not good for man to be alone.
---John on 8/24/07

Generally, I would say if you have gotten married to an abuser, pedophile, alcoholic, adulterer, addict, etc., get wise to whatever about YOURSELF which made you able to fool yourself into marrying such a person. Even if you get away from that person, STILL you could have these ways in you to misguide your choices in future relationships.
---Bill_bila5659 on 8/23/07

The issue of if you can remarry can decoy your attention away from what God has for you (better than all we might wish to get).

I notice, how Paul says a widow "is happier to remain as she is",
in 1 Corinthians 7:40. Could Paul be actually saying a widow would be better off without a man? May be men AREN'T such a big deal, after all. This could apply also to if it REALLY would be so desirable for a divorced person to remarry.
---Bill_bila5659 on 8/23/07

I empathize with you on this. My ex left me five years ago, and I struggled with the loneliness for a very long time. Before I was ready, I did date for a year, but then I stopped dating. I have come to realize that I have needed these five years to deepen my relationship with the Lord, and find my total satisfaction and completion in Him. He has not let me down.
---Madison1101 on 8/23/07

Madison1101, where in scripture did Jesus say that? Jesus said, "whoever marries a divorced person commits adultery." He said you can divorce if a spouse commits adultery on you, but Jesus NEVER EVER said "you can re-marry if your spouse committs adultery." Madison, please show where Jesus says you can remarry.
---Donna9759 on 6/26/06

To say that every divorced person should not remarry is wrong. Scripture allows for remarriage in the case where one spouse commits adultery. In this case, the husband not only committed adultery, he did while committing a felony, molesting a child.

That is not to say that Pat should not slow down and heal and seek the Lord for a while. I waited until my ex remarried before I started to date. After a year of dating, I got a clear message from God to stop until He directs me otherwise.
---Madison1101 on 6/12/06

Donna::You are 100% correct--2
wrongs don't make a right.Is the law being broken? Only God will render Judgement.Being a free thinker makes the decision more difficult.Seek solace in Prayer.
---Emcee on 6/12/06

Why do so many people feel that having to remain single after a divorce is a punishment or hardship? Maybe God would like you to start living a life dedicated to pleasing and serving Him and not some other person.
---ralph7477 on 6/12/06

Donna: If an exspouse remarries, the other partner is free to remarry, because for the first couple to remarry again would be an abomination, according to scriptures.

I believe that the spouse committing adultery is the same.
---Madison1101 on 6/12/06

dave, Ruth's husband DIED, thus she WAS allowed to re-marry. Paul said a woman is bound to her husband as long as he lives. So if she's divorced and her husband is alive, she's still bound to him. "What GOD has joined together, let no man put asunder." So if a woman is divorced, and her husband is alive, she cannot remarry. Both Paul and Jesus said that these women are called adulteresses. I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but no one on this site seems to see that truth. Why is that?
---Donna9759 on 6/12/06

I find it hard to understand why God would not want us to remarry, especially in cases such as this. This is forcing the spouse to pay for the sin of the other one. It doesn't make sense. God is of compassion and love, and he wants the same for us. Sometimes a marriage doesn't work out, and there can be a positive outcome from this. Here is an excellent resource for further thinking on this matter: "Living In Sin?" by John Shelby Spong.
---Grace on 6/12/06

Jack, ADULTERY, but how come Joyce Meyers re-married and now has a very powerful ministry, anointed by God. I've not only seen her in person, she prayed for me and my husband. The anointing that eminates forth from her is remarkable. She glowed when she was standing right in front of me laying hands on me. So is she considered an adulteress woman? I don't think so. But I do believe what Jesus said about remarrying if you're divorced.
---Donna9759 on 6/12/06

first off pat i would just like to say that regarding this matter, your ex you say was a paedophile. yes? well according to that, he has already broken his vow before Yahuweh, so you are free to divorce him and to find another man.have a look at the book of ruth it is a beautiful story of a young woman who also finds a man to marry. just make sure he is a true believer. do not listen to religious people who have not experienced the hell you have been through. they have no idea.
---dave on 6/9/06

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What did Jesus say remarriage after divorce was?
---Jack on 6/9/06

And Remember, God brought Eve to Adam. He brings the woman to the man. I am the Lord thy God who teaches you to profit, who leads you in the way in which you SHOULD go. I will counsel you with my eye upon you. Let the Holy Spirit lead and guide you towards the path of life HE has for you, it will be GLORIOUS!!!!
---Donna9759 on 6/9/06

Pat, seek the Lord and find out what Father God's will is for your life. Ask Him: Father, what is your will for my life now that I'm going through this divorce. I'm sure God has great and mighty things in store for you, but you must make him number one in your life first. For your maker is your husband, the Lord of Hosts is His name.
---Donna9759 on 6/9/06

If the divorce is still in process, be very careful of a "REBOUND RELATIONSHIP". It's natural to such feeling for the security of a relationship, but rebound relationships are very dangerous. Pray and ask God for the wisdom and understanding of what his will is for you.
---Fred_S. on 6/9/06

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