Upon Further Examination

23 Aug

August 23, 2016

What exactly are valid reasons for divorce? When we get married we make a vow. This is not a one way vow, it is a two way vow. Therefore it is a covenant between two people. So if either person breaks any part of their covenant, they release the other party from their vow. If they no longer love and cherish you, they broke their vow. If you are no longer theirs to have and hold, then you broke yours. Whatever vows they made to each other. So i think marriage is more of a legal matter, and it doesn’t really have anything to do with being righteous or not. We need to be righteous at all times and in all things, and that includes our marriages. That’s the true measuring rod, which is righteousness.


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