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I’ve read several passages in the Bible where our Lord Jesus Christ condemns marrying a divorcee.

HE SAID: I have asked myself the same question over the years as I pursuing relationships with women who have been divorced; however you have already started down that road and face an even more difficult one.

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After a few tears she doesn’t want to be left out and wants to go back into the pool—and that’s when you step in.

The woman I love left her ex-husband due to battery, not adultery.Published letters may be edited for length and clarity.Names and cities of letter writers may also be published.God is 100% faithful in his relationship with us those who choose to get married are called to the same faithfulness.There are some cases where living together has become too difficult or practically impossible.Sadly, some reports now have “Christian” marriages ending even more often than “non-believers.” (Malachi -16).What God intricately joins together physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, separated (or ripped apart) by man can leave a scarring only He can heal and maybe that’s why He is so stringent on the topic. These are some pretty harsh words which are probably debated on both sides by mature, educated and knowledgeable believers.Did you ever try to teach your children how to swim?Little Sara feels safe, secure, and enjoys the pool sitting on the steps or hanging onto the side.God takes the union of two people in marriage very seriously; however, at times many of us rush into (and out of) His Will, don’t listen to His voice, or choose to “do our own thing.” As a result (of not following Him explicitly) we sometimes (feel we made a mistake and) want a “do-over.”SEE ALSO: What are the Grounds for Biblical Divorce?Divorce is often the consequence of those relational decisions in conjunction with the selfishness of one or both parties in a marriage.