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The report,  First Marriage Dissolution, Divorce, and Remarriage: United States, also shows that one in three first marriages end within 10 years and one in five end within 5 years. The findings are based on data from the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth, a study of 10,847 women 15-44 years of age. (May 24, 2001.http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/press- room/01news/firstmarr.htm)x0hu`~JSB  s *޽h ? ̙33 pW(    s APSC:\Documents and Settings\Steve Wallace\My Documents\My Pictures\1 mdra.jpgMb   6dB?0 v$MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE (1)%% $M  6@?0 1 uI. GOD JOINS IN MARRIAGE, Matt. 19:6; Rom. 7:2-3; Mk. 6:17-18; Matt. 19:9; Jno. 4:16-18; 1 Cor. 7:10-11; Lev. 21:7,14<v]u8  6$C?00   nII. THE EXCEPTION TO PERMANENCY OF MARRIAGE, Rom. 7:2-3; Matt. 19:7-9; Deut. 17:17; 1 Cor. 7:2; Matt. 19:10-12.o+Dn  6??  Nd Fornication: "Prop. of illicit sexual intercourse in general" (Thayer, p. 532). Adultery: "to have unlawful intercourse with another s wife, to commit adultery with (p. 417) m  3   WH  0޽h ? ̙33 B: (     s APSC:\Documents and Settings\Steve Wallace\My Documents\My Pictures\1 mdra.jpgMb   6D?0 v$MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE (1)%% $M  6F?0 1 uI. GOD JOINS IN MARRIAGE, Matt. 19:6; Rom. 7:2-3; Mk. 6:17-18; Matt. 19:9; Jno. 4:16-18; 1 Cor. 7:10-11; Lev. 21:7,14<v]u8  6E?00   nII. THE EXCEPTION TO PERMANENCY OF MARRIAGE, Rom. 7:2-3; Matt. 19:7-9; Deut. 17:17; 1 Cor. 7:2; Matt. 19:10-12.o+Dn/  6@? 0  SIII. CAN THE GUILTY PARTY IN A DIVORCE REMARRY? Matt. 19:9; Rom. 7:2-3; 1 Cor. 7:39@T0#SH  0޽h ? ̙339 $(  $Z $ 6$@? . A person who has never been married can marry someone else with a scriptural right to marry, 1 Cor. 7:2-3 A person whose mate is dead can marry, Rom. 7:2-3 A person who puts away their mate for fornication can marry, Matt. 19:9 Where is the authority for the guilty party in a divorce to marry? /m \' = G. $ 6H?m !THOSE WHOM GOD HAS SAID MAY MARRY("! !B $ s *޽h ? ̙33r +[007?jFp+J ( / 0DTimes New Roman0ܳܳ 0DArial Blackman0ܳܳ 0" DArialBlackman0ܳܳ 0"  @n?" dd@  @@`` `( "   ,R$z)@Dx"c $@@ga= j Times New Roman Arial BlackArialDefault DesignNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide TitleNo Slide Title  Fonts UsedDesign Template%_ Steve WallaceO( </ 0DTimes New RomanȷȷԳ0 0DArial BlackmanȷȷԳ0 0"  @n?" dd@  @@``   ,R$z)@Dx"c $@g41d1d 0`Rppp@ <4BdBd Xȷ` ? %u ` ̙33` ` ff3333f` 333MMM` f` f` 3>?" dd@,|?" dd@   " @ ` n?" dd@   @@``PR    @ ` ` p>> c(    6Ջ P  T Click to edit Master title style! !  0Ջ   RClick to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level!     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Establishes proper environment for raising children (Eph. 6:1-4) God's plan for marriage is one man for one woman for life (I Cor. 7: 39; Rom. 7:2) 09S 28 )%7 :B  s *޽h ? ̙33 vn@( w   s APSC:\Documents and Settings\Steve Wallace\My Documents\My Pictures\1 mdra.jpgMb   6ߋ?  v$MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE (1)%%<$H  0޽h ? ̙33r p}7( /41d1d 0`Rppp@ <4BdBd X`  ? %   ^ ((  ( ( 0E LAuthority for the guilty party remarry is claimed to be found in an ellipsis&ML Lb ( 6dK? > Ellipsis:  The omission of one or more words that are obviously understood but that must be sup- plied to make a construction grammatically com- plete (http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/ ellipsis)B 2 ( 6K?` R Matt. 5:31-32 Their reasoning: Jesus says that one who puts his wife away where NOT FOR fornication causes her to commit adultery (upon subsequently remarrying); therefore, the one put away FOR fornication DOES NOT commit adultery upon remarriage.^ 2 B ( s *޽h ? ̙33rJ OpJ,V ( / 0DTimes New Roman0ܳܳ 0DArial Blackman0ܳܳ 0" DArialBlackman0ܳܳ 0"  @n?" dd@  @@`` x4,     ,R$z)@Dx"c $@@g41d1d 0`Rppp@ <4BdBd X`  ? %       V ,(  , , 0$I LAuthority for the guilty party remarry is claimed to be found in an ellipsis&ML Lb , 6I? > Ellipsis:  The omission of one or more words that are obviously understood but that must be sup- plied to make a construction grammatically com- plete (http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/ ellipsis)B 2 , 6H?` 0 Matt. 5:32:  But I say unto you, that every one that putteth away his wife, saving for the cause of fornication, maketh her an adulteress: and whosoever shall marry her when she is put away committeth adultery, saving for the cuase of fornication. f 2 # B , s *޽h ? ̙33    4 (  4 4 0ߋ LAuthority for the guilty party remarry is claimed to be found in an ellipsis&ML Lb 4 6? > Ellipsis:  The omission of one or more words that are obviously understood but that must be sup- plied to make a construction grammatically com- plete (http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/ ellipsis)B 2 4 6ދ?% `  `Matt. 19:9:  And I say unto you, Whosoever shall put away his wife, except for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and he that marrieth her when she is put away committeth adultery, except for fornication. f 2  D 4 # lJGHI_JhK_LOMNO>?  @ ,$D 0 tAdverbial phrase.E 4 # ldHGHyIJOKLOM*NO>?  ;,$D  0 uAdjectival phrase.B 4 s *޽h ?/ 44 ̙33rhV [b pDVl ;( / 0DTimes New Roman0ܳܳ 0DArial Blackman0ܳܳ 0" DArialBlackman0ܳܳ 0"  @n?" dd@  @@``  8/     ,R$z)@Dx"c $@@g41d1d 0`Rppp@ <4BdBd X`  ? %4         og8( ̙33 8 8 6dE?0 ,$D  0 2 It says that man can do evil that good may come. cp. Rom. 3:8 It makes wife swapping legitimate: A-B, C-D all are married. A-D fornicate as do C-B, and they can all divorce and remarry lawfully. A whole congre- gation could thus swap wives and it not be wrong. Time and opportunity alone are the only limits on how many mates a fornicator could have: (PAFF= put away for fornication) A-B - PAFF - A-C - PAFF - A-D - PAFF, etc. With these consequences, what could, "Let marriage be had in honor among all" mean? (Heb. 13:4)m 7  ~   8 0DJ- 3Consequences of the Guilty-Party-Remarry Position: 03 233B 8 s *޽h ? ̙33r mcr pl*x;( / 0DTimes New Roman0ܳܳ 0DArial Blackman0ܳܳ 0" DArialBlackman0ܳܳ 0"  @n?" dd@  @@``  80     ,R$z)@Dx"c $@@g41d1d 0`Rppp@ <4BdBd X`  ? %4        . 0 t( x  <  6݋?,$D 0 God s Plan for Marriage: 1.  Not good for man to be alone -- make an help meet (Gen. 2:18) 2. Commitment (Gen. 2:24) 3. Permanence (Matt. 19:3-6) 4. Sexual Intimacy (Gen. 2:24; 1 Cor. 7:2-3; Heb. 13:4) 5. Procreation (Gen. 1:27-28; 4:1-2). 6. 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