The Bible on Divorce, part 3

God hates divorce, it is the road to hell.

In parts 1 and 2, we established that divorce is a lie, remarriage is adultery, divorce in the old covenant came from man (not God), and that all but one Christian denomination is faithless on matters of divorce.  But less one accuse us of ignoring the old testament, we provide sufficient evidence that divorce was illicit, even for the Jews before Christ.

By God’s very nature, He is goodness itself.  If He hates something, it is incapable of being compatible with Him and has domain only in hell.  Nothing God hates is permissible — because what God hates is sin.

“For I hate divorce, says the LORD the God of Israel, and covering one’s garment with violence, says the LORD of hosts. So take heed to yourselves and do not be faithless.” Malachi 2:16 (Old Testament).

Someone cannot accidentally divorce their spouse.  It must be an act of the will.  Divorce is the willful offending of God:  Sin.  What faithful Christian sect gives approval to sin?  What man of God puts the comfort and desires of men before the rights and desires of God?  Only false messengers, heretics, and liars.

Men of faith, wake up!  You cannot leave your wives, your children.  Jesus carried his cross and died for us, his bride — who are you to not suffer for yours?  No, instead, you abandon your family through divorce because you seek your own comfort.  Endurance is a Christian virtue.  Death comes quickly and what a shame it is to rot in hell for eternity because we could not endure but a short time of suffering.

God hates divorce.  Does your spiritual shepherd hate it likewise?  Or does he lead you to the road of perdition?

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