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What Does The Bible Say About Getting A Divorce?


 

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dashingscorpio says

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    Kiss andTales 2 years ago

    True in scriptures as read dashing , but we must remember people do all these things and are not dead or stoned, but what we have is the principals and examples of how the heavenly Father feels about the subject matter, also the Jews


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stella vadakin (ladyguitarpicker) says

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    Motherbynature 2 years ago

    I sometimes wonder, too. Good thing Jesus forgives us for being lost.


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    Kiss andTales 2 years ago

    True the one offended is not obligated to stay rather they are repented or not. For the reason of release has been done.


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    Kiss andTales 24 months ago

    So Norine what do you mean you are not married legally? Explain how that is scriptual


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    Kiss andTales 2 years ago

    The point is gifts of animal sacrifices were done away with, and the New contract was a better contract that included all nations of people to have a real relationship with the heavenly Father based on the last gift Jesus his son. A gift to all.


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