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Should a wife allow her husband to attend the funeral of ex-wife who divorced him 15 years ago?


 

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    Nina (Acmontero) 4 years ago

    I completely agree

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    Rebecca Mikulin (wychic) 4 years ago

    *do not have the right, that is -- grrr, must proofread before the editing period is over :P

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    Nina (Acmontero) 4 years ago

    Dexi you made a great point there. The question did say the word "allowed". in my own opinion, i will not be told what I can and can not do. The more I am told what to do the less i do it and vice-versa.

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    ngureco 4 years ago

    I used the word "allow" because no man can be the “head” of a lasting relationship unless the wife allows him to lead. In true Christian marriages, the Christ is the head of every man, and the man is the head of a woman," (1 Cor. 11:3).


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    BobMonger 4 years ago

    If they do there isn't much anyone can do about it. Good answer!