The Bible And Divorce

the bible and divorce
Why aren’t Christians protesting against divorce and re-marriage but so focused on gay marriage?

Christians say gay marriage would destroy the sanctity of marriage, but somehow divorce and re-marriage don’t? According to the bible, divorce and re-marriage is considered as adultery. And adulators don’t inherit heaven.

Why? I don’t see christians asking for the right to vote against divorce or remarriage. They simply ignore it. But when it comes to gay marriage, they’re so dang eager. They say, “Oh, god said no gay marriage, therefore we must stand up for the holiness of marriage.”……Just a minute…I feel like a want to throw up….ok, I’m back. And divorce and re-marriage is not against god’s words?

Shame on you christians!

You’re ridiculously misinformed. But I suspect you already knew that. If you were involved in fellowship with a church you’d quickly realize that Christians address all these issues, but unlike the gay community, is not in the game plan to be belligerent and overbearing in public.

Your scriptural references are off. Scripture states that God hates divorce. Scripture also says that it is not good for man to be alone. Scripture also says that virtually anything can be forgiven, except blaspheming the Holy Spirit.

King David sinned in a big way on several occasions. Yet God called him a man after His own heart. Why is that? Because David was contrite and honest about his shortcomings.

The only difference between believers and nonbelievers is forgiveness through Christ Jesus, the Son of the Living God. Why? Because, other than Christ, every human who has walked the earth has sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. Thanks to God the Father, Jesus was sacrificed in his sinlessness to bear the sins of each person – all mankind – so that, if we accept him, we” have the blessing of eternal life in fellowship with God.

“No one comes to the Father but through me” – Jesus Christ, the Messiah, son of the Living God.