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In his latest radio broadcast, Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the "Bible Answer Man," deals with two questions. What does the Bible say about remarriage, and is a believer permitted to separate if that person chooses to never get remarried?
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Responding to the questions that were asked by a woman from Los Angeles, Hanegraaff said, "I think the one thing that would be beautiful in this particular situation is to recognize that if you have become a participant in the Kingdom and a follower of Savior Jesus Christ, you can stay in the relationship and use the opportunity of this relationship to be a testimony to your husband, to bless him through the testimony of your life and the testimony of your love, and even the testimony of your lips, if that becomes appropriate. You can’t force-feed anyone. But you can be a light to him, and in the process be a light to the world.”
"One of the most beautiful things about marriage is that “it is a testimony of Christ and the Church, that Christ gave Himself up for the Church, and so we are to love one another with that kind of love,” he continued.
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However, Hanegraaff clarified that if a spouse becomes “physically abusive and dangerous in that sense, it would be wise to separate.” Or if it’s “a really bad spiritual and psycho-physical abuse, other kinds of abuse,” then separation would be “a good thing.”
But Hanegraaff also cautioned that “the ultimate good is not to get divorced; the ultimate good is to ask the Lord to do something miraculous.”
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“Your husband,” he added, “is sanctified by his relationship with you but that does not mean he is saved by his relationship. But he is set apart in a sense because he is...
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