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    Yahweh Joins Together

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    Yahweh Joins Together looks at our Messiah's thoughts and teachings on marriage, divorce and adultery from the Gospel of Mark 10:1-12. Surveyed are hypocritical Pharisees that attempted to trick Jesus using the Law of Moses and how exactly He dealt with (and eventually overcame) them. Marital advice is provided as well as commentary on the current state of marriage in today's rebuilt Babylon.

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    Yahweh Joins Together [2013] looks at our Messiah's thoughts and teachings on marriage, divorce and adultery from the Gospel of Mark 10:1-12. Surveyed are hypocritical Pharisees that attempted to trick Jesus using the Law of Moses and how exactly He dealt with ( and eventually overcame ) them. Marital advice is provided as well as commentary on the current state of marriage in today's rebuilt Babylon.



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    This and your previous sermon, Jeromy, are two of the best you've done. Keep 'em coming, brother. Keep 'em coming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obadiah 1:18 View Post
    This and your previous sermon, Jeromy, are two of the best you've done. Keep 'em coming, brother. Keep 'em coming!
    Obadiah 1:18,

    Thanks brother! Marriage is a rather important topic IMHO.

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    What the Bible Says About How to Find a Wife

    Are godly marriageable women still to be found or have they become rarer than pygmy actuaries? As usual, the Bible has the answer.

    Proverbs 18:22
    Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the Lord.

    Psalm 84:11
    For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly.

    If you walk uprightly, you'll find a wife, regardless of whether good women are in short supply. Yahweh's promises always trump circumstance. Nothing is impossible for Him.

    Don't fall for the con that Jews and liberals dictate reality. Since when did they speak the universe into existence, anyway?

    Trust in Yahweh with all your heart [mind] and lean not to your own understanding, and stop your confounded whining that it's too hard to find a wife, oh ye of little faith.

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    Re: What the Bible Says About How to Find a Wife

    Just discovered this gem about how marriage doesn't mean "marriage!"

    Defining Marriage





    (Notice to Readers and especially Christian theologians. Please use what you can here—But with Credit to this website. Please do not do as most Christian Preachers do by plagiarizing and stealing words and ideas from others. The least you can do is to give credit when you take from others, to include taking from this website).





    Recently, occasions arose where this writer heard some so-called Christian theology thinking from Christian Identity leader Jeromy Visser, a so-called Christian “Pastor” of Brooke, Georgia. In my early exposures to Dual Seedline Christian Identity, it came to my attention that Visser seemed essentially lost on what the Scriptures say; hence, I do not normally read him or listen to him.



    The Visser Scriptural IQ Level



    But in listening to a News Guy podcast of around May 1-2, 2013 (Talk Shoe podcast, number TS-744090), Visser showed up with a call to the host. He spent nearly an hour bragging and boasting about what a great man he was and what scum bags his enemies were (these Visser remarks are covered at this web site in the article on Lording over the Dumb Sheep). In particular, he focused on his arch-enemy Martin Lindstedt of Missouri.



    He offered his view on his wonderful marriage and children and referred to Lindstedt as “living in sin” without any children. In other comments, he tried to ridicule and demean Lindstedt and his wife Roxie. Though Christian leader Visser did not elaborate on Lindstedt’s marriage sin subject, it is common knowledge that Martin and Roxie have a common law marriage which is perfectly legal and proper in many states around the world.



    Lindstedt has acknowledged his common law marriage in one or more legal affidavits filed in court. Martin has apparently been with Roxie many years and they seem to exhibit the marriage relationship of man and wife. Presumably, Visser was judging Lindstedt as being “in sin” because of this common law marriage which Visser was attempting to compare with his marriage which he likely covered by paying a fee for a government license and permission to marry.



    Well, again, it is a waste of my time to listen to Visser, but I did in this instance and it was readily apparent that he knew little or nothing about the Scriptures and what constitutes Scriptural marriage. Hopefully, there aren’t many Christian Identity people stupid enough to consult Visser on right and wrong since he likely will lead them in the wrong direction (Visser is into demonic Black rock music and he may have picked up some bad spirits over the years).



    Visser should read James 3:1 where the book addresses would be teachers (the KJV uses the word masters) and promises them a more severe (actually double) judgment for their false teachings. The point being is that it is a very dangerous thing for a man to set himself up as a “pastor” leader or teacher of the Scriptures when the man knows little or nothing about what the Scriptures say. Anyway, Visser has set himself up to teach others about the sins of Lindstedt—presumably marriage sins.



    Yet, as just noted above, a common law marriage is perfectly legal and binding in many states and jurisdictions. Admittedly, in our culture and civilization, most marriages involve a state granted license and the payment of a fee for this state granted permission to marry. But none of this invalidates a common law marriage. And importantly, none of this is prescribed/addressed in the Word.



    So, What Do the Scriptures Teach?



    Contrary to the confusion of this Georgia “pastor” and his lack of Scriptural knowledge and understanding, there is no state granted license procedure in the Book for marriage. In fact, there are no prescribed marriage ceremony procedures, though there was a New Testament (NT) reference to a marriage which YESHUA attended.



    Procedurally, this one NT marriage involved an Orthodox Jewish marriage ceremony (since the entire NT worship and cultural procedure and ritual was Orthodox Judaism). Ignorant Christians who know almost nothing about the Word and what it teaches are lost on trying to comprehend the NT since they hate and passionately oppose Orthodox Judaism. But let me go on record and assert that the NT culture and religious practices are always Orthodox Judaism. You lost Christians may not like that, but it is real world.



    There is ONE thing and ONE thing only which tells what marriage is in the Book. It is the consensual act of sexual intercourse between a man and woman who are Scripturally eligible to be married. It started in Genesis 2:24-25 where they united (in sexual intercourse) to be one flesh (usually the Word states this as the man knows the woman—in sex). Thereafter, in the Word, a marriage happens among eligible people in the sex act.



    This same reasoning applies even in the secular world where a marriage is not effective until it is consummated in the sex act. So when a man and woman pay money to get a state license and go through a man-made marriage procedure, there is still no marriage until it is consummated in bed.



    In the above remarks, they have been couched in the vein of being consensual (obviously, a man’s rape of a woman does not constitute a marriage) and in the vein of involving an eligible man and woman. The marriage must therefore be legally proper (not by the state but legally right by the Scriptures).



    Consequently, the Scriptures must be followed in respect to race, prior marriage status (a woman already married cannot marry another man to commit adultery), divorce and remarriage issues, prior virginity status (a non virgin cannot fraudulently marry as a virgin when she is not), probably an age issue (though this one is very complex and not altogether clear), and otherwise as the Word may prescribe.



    In citing these Scriptural requirements, please understand that I am not attempting to judge as right or wrong the marriage status of Lindstedt, Visser, or any other person known to me in Christian Identity. Obviously, I don’t know those particulars and it is highly unlikely that Visser knows those issues and is qualified to judge Lindstedt’s marriage.



    Incidentally, in mentioning Scriptural qualifications for a marriage, most governments and states have very few demands; hence, Scripturally, there are race issues while men almost without exception allow interracial marriages.



    The Bottom Line



    The bottom line here is that the consensual sex act between Scripturally eligible people constitutes marriage. Since the Book does not define any number of sex acts, it is manifest that it only takes one act for the marriage to be effective and binding. Therefore, when an eligible man and woman hit the sack together the first time in sex; they are married whether they like it or not.
    http://www.age-end.com/Some%20Cardin...20Marriage.htm

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    Just remember that "RD" should in no way be confused with Muhammad Lindstedt, for his ip address traces back to Idaho, and anybody who's anybody knows it's impossible to change your ip address to fool people. Just ask a Nimbuster or a computer hacker.

    Now, let's all bow out heads in prayer and ask Yahweh to give "RD" the strength to heft a handset and call into the podcast formerly known as the Movement Turd.

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    Another bit of advice -- avoid "women" like this:


    " I'm Green Ghost, bitch! What? "

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    Malachi on Marriage

    Yahweh, speaking through the prophet Malachi, deals with the subject of marriage and divorce here. Polygamists will be disappointed that he makes no mention of multiple marriages but rather reinforces the need for a man to remain married to the wife, singular, of his youth. In verse 15 He speaks of a man and a woman, singular again, being one. How can a man be one with multiple wives? There is and can never be oneness in polygamy. The very name polygamy, poly meaning "more than one", rules that out. Moreover, a husband and wife are commanded not to defraud each other, i.e. not to withhold the sexual act. If a man is married to multiple wives and they all want to have sex with him on the same night, it means that some of them will have to be defrauded. Either that or he's going to have to be the meat in a very large sandwich, if you know what I mean.

    Malachi 2:12-17 Amplified Bible
    12 The Lord will cast out of the tents of Jacob to the last man those who do this [evil thing], the master and the servant [or the pupil] alike, even him who brings an offering to the Lord of hosts.
    13 And this you do with double guilt; you cover the altar of the Lord with tears [shed by your unoffending wives, divorced by you that you might take heathen wives], and with [your own] weeping and crying out because the Lord does not regard your offering any more or accept it with favor at your hand.
    14 Yet you ask, Why does He reject it? Because the Lord was witness [to the covenant made at your marriage] between you and the wife of your youth, against whom you have dealt treacherously and to whom you were faithless. Yet she is your companion and the wife of your covenant [made by your marriage vows].
    15 And did not God make [you and your wife] one [flesh]? Did not One make you and preserve your spirit alive? And why [did God make you two] one? Because He sought a godly offspring [from your union]. Therefore take heed to yourselves, and let no one deal treacherously and be faithless to the wife of his youth.
    16 For the Lord, the God of Israel, says: I hate divorce and marital separation and him who covers his garment [his wife] with violence. Therefore keep a watch upon your spirit [that it may be controlled by My Spirit], that you deal not treacherously and faithlessly [with your marriage mate].
    17 You have wearied the Lord with your words. Yet you say, In what way have we wearied Him? [You do it when by your actions] you say, Everyone who does evil is good in the sight of the Lord and He delights in them. Or [by asking], Where is the God of justice?

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