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What does the Bible say about Divorce and Remarriage?  

What does the bible say about divorce and remarriage

We understand that divorce can be a difficult and sensitive topic, and we want to approach it from a different perspective.

In these Blog Posts, we aim to address the concerns and questions of individuals who are considering or going through a divorce, providing insights into what the Bible teaches on the subject.

Our goal is to delve into the Scriptures and explore what God thinks about divorce, the origins of divorce, and the heart behind why it was allowed. We want to examine God's perspective on those seeking a divorce today, all in plain English that is easy to understand. Our intention is to create a space where people like you can stay engaged, learn, and find comfort, rather than feeling overwhelmed by complex theological discussions.

Divorce is a challenging experience that disrupts lives, not just for the individuals involved but also for their children and extended families. Unfortunately, the church and well-meaning Christians have sometimes added to the pain by imposing misguided interpretations of the Scriptures.

In this blog category, we aim to challenge some of these misconceptions and shed light on the diverse perspectives within Christianity regarding divorce and remarriage. We want to explore controversial issues, such as the acceptance of divorcees in the church, the possibility of remarriage after divorce, and the qualifications for church leadership.

If you've ever been divorced or are currently going through one, we hope our blog posts resonate with you and provide insights into your situation. For those who have never been married or are in a committed relationship, we believe that understanding these issues can help you empathize with others and support those around you.

Throughout the series, we will explore the biblical precedent for divorced individuals moving forward with their lives after serious marital failure. We will share real-world stories that reflect the heart of God and aim to bring healing and nurture to those affected by divorce.

We invite you to join us on this journey of exploration and understanding. If any of the blog posts speak to you or resonate with your own experiences, we encourage you to reach out, share your story, and connect with us.


Together, let's discover God's redemptive plans for people, even those who have experienced a divorce.

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