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Would You Divorce Your Spouse, If You Found Out That He/she Is Devil's Agent?

This Is not just a joke but a true life Story which my Pastor told me and asked me the say question, for few moment i was speechless, Not knowing what to say.

he told me that a man came to meet him and told him that he want to divorce his wife after he found out that she's been used by the devil, that all his misfortune was because of that lady that when he confronted her she actually agreed to all the allegations. He said that the man said after several years of marriage without progress in all his endeavour, hardwork and sufferring was due to that woman. Would you divorce the woman after several years of marriage with 3 lovely and God fearing Children? What would you do if you find urself in this man shoes?

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hay that naa big matter oh! i go call fife upon her instata!

But the fact about it is that let shine our eyes and pray that God should guide be'cuse it take a spritual eyes to win a a spiritual issue like this

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This is why our country does not progress. We blame everything(even our own faults) on other people's supernatural abilities. If this man is truly living a God pleasing life how can the wife's supernatural evil powers deter him? Is evil stronger that good? Is Satan stronger than God?

If he is not compatible with his wife, he should divorce her for such a marriage is against the will of God and thus immoral. Only in the case of immorality should one end a marriage. He should desist from making allegations that he is not sure of and look for the true cause of his failures.

You said that "the man said after several years of marriage without progress in all his endeavour" yet you said that the marriage produced 3 lovely and God fearing Children. This is contradictory! What progress and blessing is more that than a marriage being blessed with 3 lovely and God fearing Children?

People that are full fear of their neighbor's supernatural powers are usually spiritually asleep and unintelligent! Any wonder why such people hardly progress?

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yes X 1,000,000,000,000,000 raise to power 1,000,000,000

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ONE:

Is the man in question a Christian? not just a church-goer.

If Yes, for him to come and start asking his pastor if he could divorce or not is not the best way to go. The Bible's ONE-FLESH is a man and a woman, legally married by law or tradition. It doesnt matter who is the believer or not. Definitely, they both were sinners before this man became a Christian(if he is a Christian now).

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What is the yardstick that this man has used to measure and conclude that the woman is the source of his problem? What is definition of AGENT OF THE DEVIL? If he is a true child of God, he should destroy all her powers on his knees. Jesus said IT IS FINISHED 2000+ years ago. So he should not worry about her. And besides, has he allowed God into his situation? There are many Christians who live their life by allowing God to touch every part of their life, except their pockets. A man with clenched fists cannot catch anything. He should learn to give, be generous.

If I were the man, I wont divorce this woman. I would settle everything with God on my knees.

Please tell your man if he knows that IT IS POSSIBLE TO PRAY FOR SOMEONE UNTIL THAT PERSON SUBMITS TO GOD AND GETS INTO THE KINGDOM OF GOD. Its never by force.

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@Drusilla, You're Right But How would you relate to the person from hencefort matters because the relationship would never be the same again, even if you agree to continue to tolerate him/her you'll definately not tell the person most thisng u do say or do like before, i guess one should pray and seek God's divine hand b4 choosing a spouse,

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Well, I would just go by the bible.

It says do[b] not [/b] divorce a spouse just because they are a non-believer.

1Co 7:12 But to the rest speak I, not the Lord: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away.

1Co 7:13 And the woman which hath an husband that believeth not, and if he be pleased to dwell with her, let her not leave him.

1Co 7:14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy.

1Co 7:15 But if the unbelieving depart, let him depart. A brother or a sister is not under bondage in such cases: but God hath called us to peace.

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