Learn what the Bible says about divorce.
Christianity is one of the most popular religions in the world and many Christians marry before God and their community in a church of their choosing.
What does the Bible say about divorce?
In general, divorce is frowned upon with exceptions such as adultery, abuse, neglect, or abandonment. For many Christians, marriage is a spiritual covenant that comes with a legal license, but their spousal bond takes place between each other, not man, but with God.
With Christianity being one of the most practiced religions, many Christians are aware of what the Bible says about divorce and marriage.
As part of their requirement to get married in a church, they have to take pre-marital classes in order to give them insight into what their life will be like once they say “I do” and tie the knot.
The Bible states that once you marry someone, your spouse is your life partner. Life is hard. Marriage can be hard, too. Through faith, prayer, and marriage as a sacrament to conform to each other into the image of God, spouses grow together and help each other.
Christians believe that God believes that he can help everyone through difficult times, including marriage problems. He prefers that the two would forgive each and stay married instead of divorcing.
Here’s what the Bible has to say about divorce (and remarriage), taken from verses quoted in scripture.
1. Marriage fulfills a purpose and couples who divorce miss out on an opportunity to complete their journey together.
Bible scripture says that the creator made man and female, and for this reason, a man will leave his father and mother, and be united to his wife and the two will become one flesh, so they are no longer two but one.
2. God allows for divorce in circumstances of hate.
Therefore what God has joined together let no man separate why then asked, “Did Moses command that a man give his wife a certificate of divorce and send her away”.
Jesus replied, “Moses permitted you to divorce your wives because your hearts were hard, but it is not this way from the beginning I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife except for marital unfaithfulness and marries another woman commits adultery”.
The disciples said to him “if this is the situation between a husband and wife it is better not …