Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

Have you ever had a bad day, and it seemed like no matter how hard you tried to act like a Christian, your flesh won.  I’m talking about a day when everything came against you.  Yesterday was my day.  What I mean by this is that everywhere I went, people were driving crazy.  They were cutting me off, blowing at me, yelling at me through the window.  Satan was working hard against me.

I was out with my mother and daughter shopping, when I seen a car on fire.  I slowed to look at the car, and all of the sudden, this lady was blowing at me for slowing down.  Keep in mind, I’m in a shopping center.  I’m not on a major road and she starts blowing her horn and yelling at me through the window. She was down a lane and wanted to turn out of the lane but I must have drove too slow for her.

Then I drive closer to my house and I am ready to take a left turn into a car wash.  While I am waiting on car after car to pass so I can turn in, 3 cars turn into the turn lane facing me.  I look to my right to see where they were turning and nothing.  I knew they were going to turn at the redlight half a mile back, but instead of watching where they were going, they turn in front of me, before they realize I am facing another direction than them,  so they whip back out into traffic and go around me.  Then a guy from from the car wash gets tired of waiting on me to turn in (from a main street), he tried to pull out in front of me.  I see him edging out closer and closer like he was going to pull out, even though car after car is coming.  Finally I had enough.  I blew at him, waved my hand at him and said “Nope, don’t try it.”  So I guess through all the road rage,  my flesh won that day.

Some days are easy, but some days it is hard to let my spiritual side take over.  While we are in the flesh, we cannot truly master God’s love or his holiness, because the flesh is leading, not the spirit.   So I read this post today about: Matthew 5:1: Blessed are the poor in Spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.

So I wanted to share this post with you, It is pretty amazing how she is able to break down this scripture so well.  The following post comes from: Short Sweet & Simple

To grasp how Jesus uses “poor” in this beatitude, we must picture a person who finds himself in poverty. One who recognizes his poverty takes the necessary steps to be poor no longer. God wants His children to have this recognition of poverty regarding true spiritual things, and possess the drive to seek their enrichment from Him.


What is poverty of spirit?

In his commentary, The Sermon on the Mount, Emmett Fox provides a practical description of what “poor in spirit” means:

To be poor in spirit means to have emptied yourself of all desire to exercise personal self-will, and, what is just as important, to have renounced all preconceived opinions in the whole-hearted search for God. It means to be willing to set aside your present habits of thought, your present views and prejudices, your present way of life if necessary; to discard, in fact, anything and everything that can stand in the way of you finding God.

Application Today

The Laodicean church (Revelations 3:14-22) gives a clear example of the attitude that we are not supposed to portray. The Laodiceans considered themselves to have need of nothing. Meaning that they believed that they have already reached the place where God wants them. They probably measured their salvation based on what they had and the works that they have done, and therefore totally misread their spiritual condition.

This is a deceptive attitude, which needs to be traded with the attitude of being poor in Spirit, whereby we allow prayer and studying of God’s word to shed light on us and illuminate the blind-spots in our lives and all the areas where the Holy Spirit needs to work on so that we become closer to the likeness of Jesus.

Poverty of spirit is a fruit not produced in the natural man, but a work of God’s Holy Spirit in the minds of those He has called and is converting. In the conversation with Nicodemus, Jesus gives more insight of this particular attribute, when he states in John 3:3 that no one can see the Kingdom of God, unless they are born again.  Being born again is the beginning stage of all believers. It speaks of being teachable, of unlearning your own, re-learning and growing in the spiritual values of the Kingdom. This speaks to the character of being poor in spirit.

The blessing for the Poor in Spirit

The Lord Jesus said: “theirs is the kingdom of heaven”

I believe that the promise of the kingdom of heaven signifies the rich access to God and the abundant and fulfilling spiritual life in Him. A relationship with God whereby we see Him working out His promises in our lives.  This blessing also signifies the manifestation of the authority of the rulership of Jesus Christ in and through us. Because, through the attitude of Poverty in Spirit, God can easily steer our lives for His purpose, His glory and for our good. As He moves our lives in such a way He will touch the hearts of others.

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Overcoming Depression


Some people have never had to fight Depression, but let me tell you Depression is real and unbearable.  Depression can creep up upon you and linger without a person realizing what exactly is making them depressed.  To be honest, I have been dealing with some Depression lately but I know partly where mine is coming from.  My youngest daughter is getting married soon and will be moving far way; her husband is in the military.  In my eyes she is too young, she will always be my baby girl.  The thought of not seeing her everyday, or the thought of her being in some strange place frightens me.  She is moving to a place she doesn’t know, but a place I know way too well.  When I got married to my husband, he was stationed on the same base as my daugher’s future husband is.  Funny how life replays itself.

I told my daughter she was copying me; marrying a military man and moving to the same base I moved to.  Now I know what my mother must have been going through.  When you are young you don’t think about what others may be going through, like you do when you get older.  I guess that is why Depression creeps up on us older people too.

We must really look where Depression stems from in order to overcome it.  Satan works hard to hinder the lives of Christians and those that serve God in any way possible. He wants us to become unproductive.  He wants to beat us down where we feel we are not fit for anything.  When we realize that God can help us overcome this, Depression, that we are able to fight it easier.  God has helped me overcome things that have been difficult to deal with many many times. I know that I was able to overcome those situations by relying more on God.  Relying on God helped my faith and showed me to put my trust fully in him.  It was then, that I was able to overcome those battles that Satan through at me.  Keep in mind that praying is the best tool in helping us with any life struggle.  Praying not only once a day, but several times a day.  Pray when you get up, when you are in the shower, when you are driving, we you have a break at work, when you get home, when you are lying on the couch, when you eat, when you go to bed, anytime you need God, pray.

Praying to God can help you in so many ways.  It can relieve your stress, help you overcome Depression and help you calm your nerves and relax.  Studies have been shown to prove this.  Praying helps your brain.  So let God help you in any struggle that you may be facing.  Realize it is not God that is causing you stress, but the Devil himself.  Call out to God and he can help you overcome.  If you need a listening ear, I’m here.


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Let Faith Be Your Guide

As I looked back on this post, written below, I thought: Wow, Lots has happened since I wrote this blog post. This was the third post I wrote, almost five years ago. I wish I could have told myself when I wrote this post, “Read this daily!” Satan has thrown many darts at me over the last five years. He tried to crush me, step on me, convict me. My faith was tested and tried. I know how imperfect a person I was back then, even more today. I thought I was beyond falling, but I was wasn’t. I came to such a low point in my life a couple years ago, that I almost lost that faith. Satan told me that Jesus doesn’t love you. Look at what he has allowed you to go through. He told me that I was nothing to God and I believed him. I questioned over and over again how something like that could happen to me. I loved God, tried to serve God, but I felt like I was trampled upon by the Devil himself. I know now that I deceived and lied to by Satan himself. I thought I was doing things of God but it wasn’t God who I was serving. I had became something that I thought I would never become. I was sharing things that the Devil told me, but thought they were prophecies of God. Oh how I wish I could have undone those things. I know I can never go back, but I have prayed for God’s forgiveness many times.
All I can say today is be on guard! Read your Bible, pray and ask for guidance by God. Because the Devil is a liar, deceiver and he is walking about looking for someone to deceive, especially a Christian. When you think you are above being deceived, be warned, because you are not. It took me months to come out of that deception in my life. I try to warn people of false prophets out there today who claim they hear from God, but don’t. They are deceived. Don’t listen to them. Keep looking up because Jesus will return one day and he will call his people home, but we must be careful and be on guard. Pray, seek God, trust God.

Godly Witnesses For Christ

Many things come to mind when I think of things that I could have done better in my life. I think about all of my past failures, things that I shouldn’t have done, things that I could have done differently. There is no way to undo the past. There is only today and the future to come that a person can live for. After I looked at all of my past mistakes, I am reminded that God forgives us of all transgressions if we only we ask him to. For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23)

We can look at the terrible things that others are doing but we must look at our own mistakes too. We need to examine our own lives first, then we can see God’s love and forgiveness….places where God has forgiven us. Did we deserve his forgiveness? I…

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God Can Do Amazing Things


Have you ever felt like you were backed into a corner and there was no way out.  No matter what you tried to do you couldn’t see a light at the end of the tunnel.  Whether it was a huge financial burden upon your life, or some major health concern, or you were troubled by something that you knew that you could not fix , no matter how hard you tried.  Let me tell you that God can do amazing and great things.  He can be your light at the end of the tunnel, directing you back to the surface.  He can be the answer to all your prayers.  He can fix any problem, heal any disease, correct any situation or relieve any stress that you may have.

Today I had something amazing happen.  Today I witnessed a miracle in someones life.  I have a young friend who is going through something traumatic in her life.  She has been beaten down by life circumstances.  She has no family or friends she can depend on.  I have been trying to help her lately.  I’ve sought prayer for this girl for a few months.  I’ve tried to encourage her, which she in turn has encouraged me.  I prayed for God to intervene in her circumstances.  I couldn’t seem to find a way to help her.  I felt backed into a corner, with no way that I could possibly think of that would help her.

I did the only thing that I could think of to help her.  I prayed for God’s intervention in her life, because I know that nothing is impossible with God.  Then today I witnessed a miracle in this girls life.  I seen where God was helping her in a way I could not.  He was helping her with her financial crisis and he was helping her emotional well being.  No everything is not perfect yet, but I see a light at the end of the tunnel.  I see God’s hand upon her life.  I see something working in her life where I know without a doubt, it is God.

As I look upon this girl’s life, she is not wealthy, she is not perfect, she is not well educated, she is not glamorous by the worlds standards, but she is a child of God.  She is not perfect and may not even be a Christian, but God loves her.  He cares about her.  You may ask, How do I know this?  I know because he gave his life for this girl.   If she was the only person alive that needed salvation, he would have died just for her.  See my God loves all mankind.  He is not willing that any should perish but that all may come to know him.  He is the God of Abraham, the God of Jacob.  He is the Almighty God.  He created all mankind.

It saddens me to think that people turn their back on God.  It hurts to see people you love, forsake him.  We are all imperfect sinners.  God wants to give us new life.  He wants to give us eternal life.  He wants to save us from our sins.  God is a sinless God.  He is a holy God.  In order for us to see him one day, we must put off this sinful nature that lives in us.  We must receive the perfect sacrifice of Jesus.  Jesus is our sin atonement.  Jesus died in our place.  Jesus is the son of God, who came to this earth, to become our sacrifice.  That is why he was sacrificed on a cross, so our sins could be forgiven.  All one must do to inherit or receive salvation is to repent of our sins and call upon Jesus and ask for forgiveness.  Jesus is God’s son and he is like his father.  He loves us so much that he gave his life on a cross.  He is willing to forgive us if we would just call upon his name.  There is no other way to receive salvation and eternal life but through Jesus.

So I ask you, have you received salvation.  Have you prayed and asked Jesus to come into your life and save your soul and forgive you of your sins?  He is willing and waiting for you to call upon him. He can and will forgive us of all sins.  Don’t think that one sin God won’t forgive us.  If you deny him, he will deny you, so Don’t delay!  Call upon him and he will hear you and forgive you of all your sins.

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Try to Encourage Someone Today


Today I was a little down.  The weather is cold, the sky is gloomy and the sun is not coming out.  Its easy to feel a little depressed by the day outside.  It seems like a lot of things is going wrong lately, not only in my life but my family’s life.  Things just aren’t going as expected.  My son has been looking for a good stable job since he got out of the military, but nothing seems to be the right fit.  He is going for interviews but nothing is panning out.  As a parent when my kids are hurting, I hurt for them.  I guess you can say this depression is caused by nothing major but just some emotional stress.  People that we used to hang out with us are no longer visiting with us.  My son’s wife is still trying to get a visa; she is in the Philippines.  Then I look at myself; my weight loss goal is not going well.  I seem to be staying the same weight even though I’ve tried to cut back on eating certain foods.  My daughter is getting married soon and will be moving away.

As I had a pity party today, I received a text from someone asking me to call her.  This girl has had some major problems in her life.  She has every reason to be upset, be depressed, but instead of her crying about all the bad things in her life, she does something unexpected.  She actually takes time to tell me thanks.  She thanked me for being there for her, for listening, for encouraging her.  She told me she loved me and I was like a sister to her.  As she is telling me this over the phone, I had to hold back my tears.  Here I was throwing a pity party for myself and here is this girl giving me encouragement when I should have been encouraging her.

Sometimes we focus on our own lives, we don’t look around at other people and try to help them.  We don’t take time to encourage others and be a friend to others.  We live in our own bubble asking, “Why Me Lord?”  The thing is we should be saying, “Use Me Lord!”  “Use me for your service, Lord.  Use me to be an encouragement to others.  Use me to help someone who may be hurting or depressed.”  So I want to encourage you to think about helping someone else today.  Be there for them, be a light.  Be a friend.

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Are You a Lukewarm Christian


How many people do you know that claim they know God and are saved, but show no works or dedication to the Lord.  They don’t go to church but once on Easter or maybe Christmas.  They continue to live their life like they want to; in sin.  Or perhaps they go to a liberal church who plays rock and roll, flashing lights, and where people dance on stage like it is a nightclub, not a church.  I’m sorry but my Bible says: For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? (1 Peter 4:17).  A church should be holy and people should respect it.  But if I tarry long, that thou mayest know how thou oughtest to behave thyself in the houseofGod, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth (1 Timothy 3:15).

There are definite signs to being a lukewarm Christian; a person who talks to God when it is convient or when they are sick and want healing.  A person who believes in God but don’t share their faith with others.  A person who doesn’t stand up against something that is wrong, because they don’t want to lose their friends.  A person who will hang out with friends even though they may be drinking or doing something they shouldn’t.  I heard a sermon about being a lukewarm Christian; it can refer to a Christian who is in a backslidden condition.

What does it mean to be lukewarm?  Lukewarm means to be in a backslidden condition, neither cold nor hot, God said he would spew this church out of his mouth, a church age that makes God sick! A church age that is deceived, and lacks the true testimony of God. Because thou Sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods and have need of nothing; flesh is satisfied while the Spirit is starving! Deceived by the love of the world, and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind and naked. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth (Revelation 3:16). 

So you may ask how to be hot and not lukewarm.

  1. Keep God first in your life
  2. Pray daily and often
  3. Attend a Bible preaching church
  4. Witness, share the gospel of Christ
  5. Repent of your sins and turn from them.
  6. Ask God for his guidance and direction in your life
  7. Keep your mind pure from worldly things; such as:
  • Don’t watch shows on television that you shouldn’t
  • Don’t read books you shouldn’t
  • Walk away from others that are talking trash
  • Don’t look at pornographic or nasty material

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The Word is Our Bread and Water


This post was written by a Philippino Minister- Junefer Movilla Oyanib.

I’d like to post this because this is my heart beat- the world. We need to realize that there are a lot of people who have died without knowing about Salvation.  Some have been poor in spirit, poor in financial, and poor in physical health. They don’t have enough food to eat everyday, because of there situation/condition.  They have a lack of knowledge about Jesus, they have died from hunger or thirst and without direction in there life. Have you ever realized brethren that we have so much to GIVE this kind of people.

I would like to ask you:

1. Who is the bread of Life?

2. Who is the Living Water?

People died with hunger and thirst because they don’t know Jesus. *Have you ever given the BREAD to the Hungry? *Have you ever give the WATER to the Thirsty?

This may sound harsh but, Brethren, don’t be selfish. Let’s share the Bread and Water to others.   Lets share bread and water, who is JESUS, because only Jesus is their Hope. They really need Jesus.

Life is all about; the glory of God. — Worshipping God — declaring of who God is — and Loving God and others.

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Examine Your Heart


Sometimes it takes someone else to show you or tell you something to open up your eyes; to remind you about something that you have forgotten or haven’t paid attention to lately.  A young minister from the Philippines reminded me that whats in the heart is what matters to God.  God doesn’t look at the outward appearance, he doesn’t look at how much money you have, he doesn’t even look at what great works you have done for him.  He looks at the heart of a man. He looks at the meek of heart;  the compassion shown to others, the love for others, kindness shown to the fellow man.  He looks for the true repentance of man from the heart.  The person whose heart is eager to make a difference in the lives of others, by sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.

Reblogged from January 2017_______________________________________________________

Sometimes when I am driving home from work, I listen to the Bible on CD in my car. First I usually talk to the Lord and see what he wants to show me in his word. As I was talking to the Lord I started to evaluate why he loved me. I thought to myself that I was not the same girl I once was. Over the years, I have put on a lot of weight, my hair is starting to grey, I now have dark circles under my eyes, etc… I thought the Lord deserves much better than to have a misfit like me in his family. He is the King of Kings and I have nothing to offer, at least by the worlds standards. That is when I thought of how he chose people on this earth that were not desirable people. At one point, Job was covered in boils. Lazarus was a beggar with sores that the dogs came to lick, but Jesus still loved him. Moses couldn’t communicate well with others, at least he thought he could’nt. David was young and referred as a ruddy youth. Jesus chose poor fishermen to be his disciples.

So as I thought about this, I thought that God couldn’t be looking at how great someone was, how rich they were, how beautiful, how wise in age they were, how popular they were with the crowds. God chose the Meek to inherit the earth (Matthew 5:5). See God doesn’t look at the outward appearance of man, but the Lord looks upon the heart (1 Samuel 16:7). But let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price (1 Peter 3:4).

God cares about the heart of man, not someone who appears perfect without.  Matthew 23:25-28 says: Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye make clean the outside of the cup and of the platter, but within they are full of extortion and excess. Thou blind Pharisee, cleanse first that which is within the cup and platter, that the outside of them may be clean also. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men’s bones, and of all uncleanness. Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity. In case you don’t fully understand what this means, lets look at Galatians 5:22-But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, Meekness, temperance:

Didn’t God destroy the earth by a flood because he looked upon man and saw:that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually Genesis 6:5).  Knowing this shouldn’t we focus more on having a pure heart, than working on our outward appearance.

Matthew 5:4-10-Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

So please examine your heart and see what is inside.  Is it a heart of love, kindness, joy or a heart of pride, hate, envy. Pray and ask the Lord Jesus to cleanse your heart and make you a new creature in Christ.

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Jesus is Alive


Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. – John 15:13. God gave his precious son to die for our sins on the cross.

Anyone who has had a son or daughter, that they have lost to death, has had a glimpse of what God went through when he gave us his son. The most precious thing that belongs to someone is their family and especially their children. Jesus was God’s son before his birth on this earth. This should show you how much God sacrificed because he loves us. For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him, shall not perish but have everlasting life (John 3:16).

I have had close family members to die and have seen other family members lose someone close to them. My sister lost her baby, Shelly when she was six months old. She didn’t choose to give her daughter to death. She was a special little girl who God loved and took at an early age. I have only caught of glimpse of what it would be like to lose a child to death. It is an overwhelming grief that takes a lifetime to overcome.

God loved us so much that he decided to give his son as a sacrifice on the cross. I can only imagine that giving your child to death is much harder than to lose a child suddenly. To see your child suffer a terrible death on a cross. To see your child spit upon and beaten and then mocked would be unbearable. Our sins were laid upon Jesus on the cross, so we could be forgiven.

Jesus paid the penalty for our sin when he died in our place; so that whosoever believes in him might have eternal life. John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

Jesus told his disciples that he must go to the Father but one day he will return to receive us unto himself.  John 14:3 says, “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.”  You must receive Jesus as your Savior or you will miss his second coming.

If you are ready to accept Jesus as your Savior then all you have to do is go to him in prayer.  If you don’t know what to say when you pray then you can use this prayer as a model prayer, but you must pray from your heart.  Jesus isn’t looking for an elegant prayer but a heart-felt prayer.

Lord Jesus, I humbly come before you to ask for your forgiveness for my sins.  I believe you came to this earth, died and arose the third day.  I believe you died for the sins of the world including mine.  I ask you to be my Savior and come into my heart.  Please accept me into your family and make me your son.  In Jesus name I pray. Amen

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What God Hath Joined Together


A couple preparing for their wedding day should consider this:  God does not look on marriage lightly.  He gives us several scriptures about the topic, that we need to consider.  For example: When a couple decides to get married, they become one flesh according to God. Ephesians 5:31 says, “For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and they two shall be one flesh.”  God tells us that they should be committed to each other because one day they will be heirs together in Heaven.  1 Peter 3:7 says, “Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.”

Marriage is not only a joyous occasion but a lifetime commitment.  It shouldn’t be taken lightly, but marriage should be for life.  In 1 Corinthians 13: we learn that love bears all things.  Love suffers long and is kind, not easily provoked or puffed up.  Love bears all things and endures all things.  A man or woman who loves one another isn’t concerned about their own desires but the needs of each other.  They might endure a great deal but they must forgive one another as Christ forgives us.

Marriage was first talked about in Genesis 2:24.  “And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.  Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.”  Notice how it says a man will leave his father and mother and cleave unto his wife.  

First lets define what sanctity means.  It is defined as holiness, saintliness,or godliness. Therefore it is not defined as lust, ungodliness or a certain way of life. Hebrews 13:4 says, “Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.”

God tells us that a woman should be under subjection to her husband; and a man should love his wife like Christ loves the church.  Ephesians 5:24,25 says, “ Therefore as the church is subject unto Christ, so let the wives be to their own husbands in every thing. Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it.”

God tells his people in Jeremiah 29:6  “ Take ye wives, and beget sons and daughters; and take wives for your sons, and give your daughters to husbands, that they may bear sons and daughters; that ye may be increased there, and not diminished.”  He clearly says that a man is to be with a woman so that they can have children.  Another scripture is in Genesis 1:28, God told male and female to be fruitful and multiple and replenish the earth.

A man or woman shouldn’t commit adultery for this is one of God’s ten commandments. Exodus 20:14, “Thou shalt not commit adultery.”  1 Corinthians 7 talks about how a man and woman are bound under a law to each other. The wife is bound to her husband including in their personal relationship.  They are not to defraud each other except for fasting and prayer.   If one dies than they are freed from the law to remarry another.  If they separate from each other, they are not to remarry.  There is one exception, the Bible says if a man puts away his wife except for adultery causes her to commit adultery and if he remarries commits adultery himself (Matthew 19).

Ecclesiastes 9:9-Live joyfully with the wife whom thou lovest all the days of the life of thy vanity, which he hath given thee under the sun, all the days of thy vanity: for that is thy portion in this life, and in thy labour which thou takest under the sun. Ephesians 5:23-For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8-  Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,  Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil;  Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth;  Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away.

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