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Remarry My Divorced Husband

My husband and I divorced about 3 years ago. The was no adultery just differences. We have not dated anyone else in the 3 years. We have reconciled now. He says we do not have to remarry because in God's eyes we are still married? Is this true?

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He is right BUT you need to know this man's commitment level by getting remarried.
---amand6348 on 7/13/09

Yes, and good for you. God bless.

God HATES divorce and you really don't want to do anything that is on God's printed hate list (Malachi 2).
---larry on 7/13/09

Yes you would have to remarry. In fact ya'll are the only ones who scripturally can marry each other.
---Jon on 7/13/09

Yes, get remarried. God made the Law for mankind and also to teach us to obey them so if you were divorced by the law then you should remarried by the law for legal and warefare matters that might come up later in both of your lives.

Getting married, especially, reconcilation is the right thing to do, even, in God's eyes. Jesus cam so we can reconcile with the Father, so, it is good to marry or remarry your wife of one or the one husband.

God bless you all,

---Mike on 7/13/09

Actually according to the bible:

Mat 19:9
And I say unto you, Whosoever shall put away his wife, except [it be] for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and whoso marrieth her which is put away doth commit adultery.

The only one clause most people seems to forget was given for remarriage.

The topic for discussion towards trying to divorce the WIFE (not) Husband! for any reason CHRIST gave one Exception.
---Carla3939 on 7/13/09

Your husband may not even be considering what the Bible says about this matter. He may very well be considering the financial circumstances if you remarry. As long as you do not legally remarry him, you have no legal rights to any property that you might acquire that he puts in his name only. If it were me, I'd want to get remarried legally for many reasons. If you are not legally married to him for at least ten years and he dies, you cannot collect his social security benefits. This is just one example.
---SusieB on 7/13/09

yes, your husband is correct as long as he is your first husband and you are his first wife. Remarriage is allowed only if one spouse is dead. As long as your ex-spouse is still alive even though you got a divorce, God does not see you as divorce because he never signed for it by taking away either one of you in death. Remember the samarian woman, (john4:18) who was married 5 times but only 1 was her true husband and it was not the new husband because she got divorce on her own grounds not God's ground,(Rom 7:2) and that ground is when one spouse is taken away by god then one can remarry again anything else is adultery.
---Metuschelah on 7/11/09

It takes time to become a good old peach >
first there's that cute little buddy, so fuzzy,
then the green teen, not exactly mature.
And even in our middle years . . .
yes, we can be oh-so colorful
in that peachlight coming down all around us,
and yet we're still going to get
at least a little bit bitter and sour, deep-down inside.
Because we need to go through some heat of the summer
before we can reach a ripe old age.
But then is when we can
get sweeter and sweeter and
even more and more juicy.
Because we made that commitment to
. . . . . . . . .learn how to love (o:
"learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart,
and you will find rest for your souls." (in Matthew 11:29)
---Bill_bila5659 on 7/11/09

"He says we do not have to remarry because in God's eyes we are still married? Is this true?" Yes.

Only death disannuls a marriage, [as two that the LORD has joined together], in our Father's eyes.

"The wife is bound by the 'law' (as the observance or state of that which is approved of God) as long as her husband lives,..."
"So then if, while [her] husband lives, she be married to another man, she shall be called an adulteress:..."

1Cr 7:39>Rom 7:2
---josef on 7/11/09

He is right. if you can reconsider your position go back to your husband he obviously love you!

God bless you bothX
---Carla3939 on 7/11/09

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