Marriage Part One Family Worship Center Rev. Mark Schwarzbauer, Ph.D by 907R84

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									 Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage Series Pt 3
Divorce and Remarriage
     Family Worship Center
           Rev. Mark
      Schwarzbauer, Ph.D.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
10Now to the married I
 command, yet not I but the
 Lord: A wife is not to
 depart from her husband.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
11But even if she does
 depart, let her remain
 unmarried or be reconciled
 to her husband. And a
 husband is not to divorce
 his wife.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
12But to the rest I, not the
 Lord, say: If any brother
 has a wife who does not
 believe, and she is willing
 to live with him, let him
 not divorce her.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
13And a woman who has a
 husband who does not
 believe, if he is willing to
 live with her, let her not
 divorce him.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
14Forthe unbelieving
 husband is sanctified by the
 wife, and the unbelieving
 wife is sanctified by the
 husband; otherwise your
 children would be unclean,
 but now they are holy.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
15But if the unbeliever
 departs, let him depart; a
 brother or a sister is not
 under bondage in such
 cases. But God has called
 us to peace.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
16Forhow do you know, O
 wife, whether you will save
 your husband? Or how do
 you know, O husband,
 whether you will save your
 wife?
    Part One:
Divorce of Married
     Believers
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
10Now to the married I
 command, yet not I but the
 Lord: A wife is not to
 depart from her husband.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
11But even if she does
 depart, let her remain
 unmarried or be reconciled
 to her husband. And a
 husband is not to divorce
 his wife.
   If believers’
divorce they are to
remain unmarried
   to allow for
  reconciliation.
 Divorced are
  NOT “still
married in God’s
     sight.”
     Part Two:
      Divorce
of the Believer and
    Unbeliever
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
12But to the rest I, not the
 Lord, say: If any brother
 has a wife who does not
 believe, and she is willing
 to live with him, let him
 not divorce her.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
13And a woman who has a
 husband who does not
 believe, if he is willing to
 live with her, let her not
 divorce him.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
14For the unbelieving husband
 is sanctified by the wife, and
 the unbelieving wife is
 sanctified by the husband;
 otherwise your children
 would be unclean, but now
 they are holy.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
15But if the unbeliever
 departs, let him depart; a
 brother or a sister is not
 under bondage in such
 cases. But God has called
 us to peace.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
16Forhow do you know, O
 wife, whether you will save
 your husband? Or how do
 you know, O husband,
 whether you will save your
 wife?
    “I not the Lord say.”
•Vs 12 “I not the
 Lord” means
 additional not
 uninspired.
            “To the rest.”
• The Matthew 19 passage
  contextually deals with value of
  marriage and women in the
  controversy of Hillel vs. Shammai.
• “To the rest” refers to another group
  of people for whom the Matthew 19
  does not totally apply as they face a
  different problem.
 Paul addresses
believers married
 to unbelievers
      here.
Ezra had to deal
    with this
   (Ezra 10).
       “Willing to live with.”
• From the Greek word
  suneudokevw
  (suneudokeo)
• Dwell together in a good way.
• Further means to agree with,
  approve of, consent to,
  sympathize with.
• The unbeliever agrees to live like
  a believer.
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
16Forhow do you know, O
 wife, whether you will save
 your husband? Or how do
 you know, O husband,
 whether you will save your
 wife?
      “Let him depart” is a
      permissive command.
• When the unbeliever wants out
  divorce is commanded!
• The believer is released from
  bondage of marriage to an
  unbeliever
  (dedouvlwtai- literally
  slavery).
• God has called you to peace.
Part Three:
Remarriage
        I Corinthians 7:10-16
15But if the unbeliever
 departs, let him depart; a
 brother or a sister is not
 under bondage in such
 cases. But God has called
 us to peace.
 At liberty to be
married to whom
 she wishes, but
only in the Lord.

								
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