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Die If You Divorce Prophecy

If someone, a good friend of yours, Christian and loving the Lord, tells you that if you don't drop your divorce proceedings, that God will end your life, what would you tell him?

Moderator - He just might mean that you will be miserable not physically dead.

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What is the use of elders and pastors, if anyone would give any "wild prophecy" like this, i would (according to doctrine) invite him/her to test it in the pressence of the elders of the church. test all keep the good
---andy on 2/28/08

Firstly, his/her life has to reflect one that is creditable. NOT perfect, but walking as Christ. Secondly, he may have heard from God, but God wanted him to pray. NOT tell you. I personally have had dreams of death, but it is to pray, NOT tell the person. And many times when I seek God on them, He uses a lot of symbols that represent spiritual death. Take it to God and He will speak to you clearly about it. Of course this was a while ago. ARE U THERE..still alive?? :)
---inthegap on 2/18/08

one more thing...a prophecy should resound a witness in that person's spirit. It should be confirmed as well.
---inthegap on 2/18/08

I would ask him to quote where Jesus said this.
---alan8869_of_UK on 2/17/08

I would tell him that God already ended MY life and gave me the life of Another who will never end. Not to mention that I am living, breathing testimony to the fact that what he said isn't true, not in the least.
---Linda6563 on 6/4/07

Danette is right. If physically abused, you can be seprated and report the man to the police or take some other action, but only divorce if its biblical. I know it sounds like we are inconsiderate of your plight, but no we aren't. Remember that suffering did not make the apostles compromise. Anyway, I'm sure God has forgiven you if you divorced wrongly. As for the prophet, there are false and true prophets, be discerning.
---okebaram on 5/19/06

First of all, you must know God for yourself. If someone gives you a prophecy and you have a problem with it, ASK GOD.

Does your reason for divorce lines up with the Bible.

Pray and ask the Lord to lead you. The decision is between you and your Lord.

My husband committed adultery more than once, I am in the process of divorce, should I stick around and not use wisdom to possibly end up with a disease? I have biblical grounds, I seeked the Lord and used wisdom.
---Danette on 5/19/06

Thank God for your life. However, don't make divorce a good thing. Your situation was bad enough, it called for seperation. Divorce is biblical also when a partner commits adultery which he probabaly did if he was physically abusing you.
---Okebaram on 5/18/06

People, listen! It is possible for God to give someone such a message, in which case ignoring the warning would be outright rebellious and stupid. Don't be so quick to rule out that possibility

Jack...what on earth do you mean?
---Okebaram on 5/18/06

Nobody has that kind of high-level prophetic ministry, andth soe who claim to are either braggarts or are liars.
---Jack on 5/13/06

Donna I would say that I already know that, the bit I don't know is WHEN.
---M.P. on 4/24/06

It the Book of Ezra chapter 10 God told the men to divorce from their wives because they had strange mates.
Donna2277 you were right in divorcing probably just late in doing it. In Matthew 5:27-32 Jesus is speaking about cutting off offending things v29-30. He includes a sinful fornicating mate here also. He goes on to say that the innocent party is not under bondage but free.
---Elder on 4/13/06

I am sure that finding out about the gun behind your sofa made him feel a whole lot better about "just hitting his wife" with his hands. No wonder he said what he did.
---Linda6563 on 4/13/06

Scripture reads that God hates divorce, but many today really could care less, and because we each have a freewill we each will either do those things that are pleasing to the Lord or displeasing to the Lord. I wouldn't tell him anything, but I would ask him to elaborate more or explain what he means by what he said.
---Eloy on 4/13/06

Mod - well I wanted to believe he didn't mean it at all, but when he found out my husb. bought a gun, he was okay with that 2 things he was okay with, my husb. beating me to the point where I couldn't breathe and buying a gun and hiding it behind our sofa with a stack of pictures of me on top of the gun. So I believe my friend meant I'd be physically dead if I didn't drop the divorce. Here it is since 2001, I'm divorced and ALIVE!!! THANK YOU JESUS!!!!!!
---Donna9759 on 4/13/06

I see now I should have given more information. My friend who told me this thinks nothing of hitting his wife. My ex-husband was beating me badly, the police ended up escorting him out and arresting him. So the advice was coming from a friend of mine who was hitting his wife. Does that help explain why he was so mean to me in his advice?
---Donna9759 on 4/13/06

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You will have to decide if you believe the prophecy or not. If the person is giving you the word of Lord then you could be in serious trouble. What God has put together let not man put asunder.
---john on 4/13/06

If he does he does. God didn't put anyone upon this earth to be miserable. If two people can't get along and all they do is fight, bicker, ect, it is time to seperate from one another.

Moderator - Show the scriptures.
---Rebecca_D on 4/12/06

That doesn't sound to me like it's of God.
Maybe you should cancel or delay your divorce. But I'd be skeptical about the rest. I'm sure you've already spent much time in prayer about this situation.
Unless the Lord confirms his message,
I'd tell my "friend" (are you sure he's really a friend?) that I've sought direction from the Lord, but God hasn't told ME anything about dying!
---Donna2277 on 4/12/06

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