I’ve been researching this myself and absolutely agree!! What’s even more astonishing and heartbreaking is that for the first 1500 years of all Christians understood that only death dissolves a marriage and that Jesus clearly spoke an exception “fornication” which all knew and understood (prior to Erasmus) that fornication is not something that can ever be committed after marriage. After marriage it is called adultery. Jesus clearly spoke that all who divorce and “remarry” while their covenant spouse is still alive are indeed in sin-ongoing adultery. Just like every other sin, it must be repented of and forsaken. Divorce is an act of unforgiveness. To think that there is a sin that justifies unforgiving bitterness and hate and promotes ongoing adultery, discord, and ongoing unforgiveness is not biblically sound. Many pastors have accepted exception clauses and even promote them Bc they’ve been indoctrinated by the recent teachings of seminaries who sadly depend on these corrupt texts for truth. Not only Christians, but even 25 Greek and Roman early church leaders were in unison in their writings when explaining 1 Cor 7:10-11, Mark 10:1-12, Matthew 5:27-32, 19:1-12, LUKE 16:18 (ever so clear), Eph 4&5, and so forth. Jesus didn’t misspeak when he listed fornication and adultery as two separate sins with the others that can keep a person out of heaven. Paul reiterated all that Jesus taught as well….all Scripture is God-breathed. Recall in Jeremiah 3 that the Lord called for repentance regardless of a divorce decree and calls Israel to “return To Me for I am your Husband.” It amazes me that Deut 24:1-4 was never what Christ went to, but plainly stated marriage was permanent according to the vows God is a witness to Gen 2:24, Mal 2:16 and exposed the real issue was “hardened hearts”
Let us not be fooled any longer by the corrupt scheme of the devil and research the truth.
Gen 45, Joseph mirrors forgiveness which needs to be our example today, but more importantly, we need to heed to Christ’s teaching 70×7….this commandment applies to our spouses. All the times Jesus says, “But I say to you….” is worth examining for those who still argue that they are in a “marriage” which the Lord calls adultery. To repent means to turn away, you can’t remain in sin and believe that it is God’s will for you to remain in it. For those who believe this, they are saying that adultery is actually the one sin that does not require repentance! Peace to you all.
“ The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.Thou shalt keep them, O Lord, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.” Psalm 12:6-7
“A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.” Galatians 5:9
“Prove all things; hold fast to that which is good.” 1 Thessalonians 5:21
I used to dismiss the King James Version of the English Bible entirely. I thought of it as a ridiculous and outdated translation – an anachronism at best…and then I studied the history of current English Bible translations in great detail, and realized that ALL of the new versions use hopelessly corrupt and purposely adulterated Greek manuscripts, which water down the eternal word of the living God…every last one of them. That Greek your pastor often refers to in church? It flows from corrupt Greek…
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