What a testimony of your faithfulness to the Lord, and accepting His will for your life. Your reward awaits you in eternity with your heavenly husband; Jesus! And please never give up praying for your earthly husband’s salvation.
 April 9, 2015 at 10:22am
How refreshing to hear a young man with such conviction on the sanctity of marriage. And yes, this message will surely ruffle a few feathers, especially with those who are divorced and remarried. Professing Christians should take note at the devastating effects that divorce has had on society, and the fact that divorce ranks at nearly the same rate with professing Christians, as with non-Christians should make us blush with shame.
Collectively as a nation, we have become covenant breakers. We despise God’s Laws, and statutes. And it is of no surprise that divorce is rampant. Our Only hope to remedy this malady is to return ( repent), and seek the face of the Lord to restore ourselves, marriages, and nation back to Him. If not, surely He will “divorce” Himself from our lawless land, and leave us to our own devices.
You cannot force someone to become a faithful and "equally yoked" spouse once again honoring their vows if they refuse to. Free will is based on our inability to force other people to become saved or save themselves or profess rebirth and be baptised. You cannot force a spouse who has done things and refused to repent to be that faithful spouse again and honor God first. If we honored God first using our free will to do so, there would be no divorce because we would truly exercise the love of Christ in all things. Your prejudice against divorced persons is duly noted despite the fact that mine was recognized by God according to my religion. And thank you for not only your prejudgement but your post judgement on the matter.
I can only agree with you that it happens far too much and so often for the most trivial things. I dare say that we do not see the dirty laundry that could be shown as evidence in the public square or Facebook and Twitter as it is now because it is not really everyone else's business, is it?
You cannot make anyone do anything except die so if you have a better suggestion on how one can handle a marriage where one chooses to violate covenants made to God in the ceremony and daily (which then become invalidated and God is not bound to honor them) and husband (who has done everything possible to make the marriage work and raise the children, love his wife the whole time and try everything possible to save her from herself) then by all means, let's have it
Do you have any evidence of the "devastating effects" that divorce has had on our society? Like, something that shows that as divorce rates rise, X Y and Z devastating effects follow, attributable to said divorce rate?
I agree people aren't taking marriages seriously and divorce rates are rising as a result, but consider this. There was once a time when women were unable to divorce by law and financial/social restrictions. Divorce rates were lower, but abusive relationships and unhappy couples were forced to carry on. I'm glad there's a way for men and women to escape abusive and loveless relationships without so much stigma and judgement from God's "followers". We all know God does not like divorce, but I should think he would like abusive relationships far less. Now I'm not claiming all divorce stems from abuse, but they're adults too, and they're going to make their own decisions whether you like them or not. Is it really any of our business or our place to judge these couples on why their relationships failed? What would you propose to do to stifle divorce rates that hasn't been done and proved ineffective yet?
Jesus said, "What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder" (Mark 10:9).
Although the Catholic Church recognizes the need for civil divorce in some circumstances, the Church also teaches that divorce does not dissolve the marriage bond before God.
Therefore, even in situations where civil divorce is tolerated, divorce does not free the spouses to marry again.
Cardinal Levada’s glossary explains:
[Divorce is] the claim that the indissoluble marriage bond validly entered into between a man and a woman is broken. A civil dissolution of the marriage contract (divorce) does not free persons from a valid marriage before God; remarriage would not be morally licit.
If there are sufficient reasons for obtaining a civil divorce in your case, then it would be morally permissible to pursue one, but this would not result in the ability to remarry unless, for example, you pursued and received an annulment that showed your first marriage was invalid.
IF- the marriage counselor was the Lord Jesus Himself,
what would HE say about all of it? I thought so -!
We all really do know, don't we ~?
 March 25, 2015 at 3:26pm
The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God.” Psalm 14:1
Psalm 137:9 Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy children against the stones.
What does the fool say about this?
I may or may not be a fool. But,
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom;
all who follow his precepts have good understanding.
To him belongs eternal praise.
Read the whole chapter in context, please
[-2] March 25, 2015 at 3:20pm
Our Framers understood that all of our freedoms and liberties came from God. They also realized that if we as a nation strayed from the precepts contained in the Holy Bible, that we would cease as a nation to exist.
“Without morals a republic cannot subsist any length of time; they therefore who are decrying the Christian religion, whose morality is so sublime and pure….are undermining the solid foundation of morals, the best security for the duration of free governments.”
Charles Carroll~ signer of the Declaration of Independence
[-1] March 25, 2015 at 2:35pm
Once again, Phil reminds us how ridiculous the arguments of the wicked are. Yes, he used a very graphic analogy to capture the minds of the audience. But for heaven’s sake, our minds in this nation have become so apathetic and weak, we need a jolt to wake us up. It certainly isn’t coming out of the majority of the pulpits today!
And to those whiney atheists; it’s impossible to have any morality apart from God and His Word. All your self-imposed “morality” is but filthy rags before a Holy God that most certainly exists. One day you will believe, as you hear these fateful words: “depart from Me you workers of iniquity I never knew you” ~Jesus~
For all eternity as you weep and gnash your teeth in the Lake of Fire, you’ll be reminded of your rebellion against God.
But also keep in my mind, that someone like Phil Robertson, told you the truth, and warned you in love, to forsake your ways, and turn to the Only One who can save you.
I understand you have religion...and that it may be of great value to you.
However, I hope you understand that what you are saying is ludicrous.
Personally, I've never had a religion...I was brought up in a household that fostered self-reliance and deeper understanding of what it means to be human. Yet, my morality is concrete...it is not based upon a fear of punishment or a desire for reward, it is based upon an understanding of what it means to live in a society of free men and women...
What “truth” did Phil speak? He didn’t [I'll just answer it for you]. His analogy was absurd.
And you most certainly CAN have a morality apart from the biblical god,………and even one greater than it. Actually READ the book you claim to follow, Jael2.
Are you aware of how evil it is to “have an eternal lake of fire”? It’s barbaric and shows a lack of respect for life on a grand scale, and people just are too blinded by their religion to understand it. Fortunately, “the lake of fire/Hell” isn’t were people go even if your bible were true. You can find this yourself if you look at the bible outside of the cloud of doctrines centuries old.
But let’s say that you’re right and there IS a god as you believe it to be. Do you recognize the issue with “while you’re still breathing, three’s still hope”? Think on it a bit!
BTW, what is the evidence that your god "most certainly exists"?
" it’s impossible to have any morality apart from God and His Word. "
There were moral people before your Bible existed. There are moral people who do not believe in your god.
Just because you can't understand how people be moral without a god, doesn't mean they can't be, it just means you lack understanding.
I pray that she will forsake her sins, and use her talents to glorify her Father in heaven.
 March 3, 2015 at 8:27pm
Just because something is “legal” doesn’t make it biblically/morally right.
It used to be “legal” to own and beat your slave here in America. It’s no longer “legal”
It used to be “legal” to kill a Jew during the Nazi reign of terror. It’s no longer “legal” ( except in Muslim circles)
God’s Word is very clear “Thou shall not murder”. Abortion is murder.
And for heaven’s sake you don’t murder a child, just because his father was a rapist.
Why would you allow a woman to be raped again by an abortionist?
And why would you want to put to death a child for the sins of his father?
We are to protect the weakest and most vulnerable of our society.
Not kill them.
March 3, 2015 at 8:14pm
Equating charging someone interest on a loan versus the shedding of innocent blood, ( which by the way is a death penalty offense) reveals how ignorant you are of God’s Word.
 March 3, 2015 at 4:52pm
Rand Paul seemed to lack enthusiasm during Netanyahu’s speech. It was as if he forced himself to clap.
If he's a real Libertarian, and not just a cog-in-the-machine Republican masquerading as a Libertarian... then no, he wouldn't stand with Israel.
Yes, he'll stand with Israel. The difference between Rand and his father, is Rand can recognize a threat that needs to be addressed promptly. Ignoring this threat is not an option. Isolating oneself from this threat is not an option. I suspect that Paul will do whatever is necessary to get rid of this threat.
 March 3, 2015 at 4:41pm
Margaret Sanger indoctrinated black “pastor’s” to lead their flocks to the slaughter. Mission accomplished!
[-2] May 8, 2014 at 7:08pm
If they believe that Jesus is the only way, then why is there an aversion to the cross?
Jael2 there are a few reasons but the biggest to me is that the importance of Jesus to Mormons is that he lives again
 May 8, 2014 at 4:47pm
Was just about to forward this along, then saw it was from Mormon.org.
I’m continually amazed how the Mormon “church” continues to masquerade as a Christian organization. But what’s evening more unsettling is how easily Christian’s are duped into believing that Mormon’s are “just like us”.
Dear Heavenly Father, please tear away the mask of Mormonism, and have mercy on those who believe a lie. Please reveal your Son, Jesus Christ to these lost souls. For only He is the way, the truth, and the life; no man can come to the Father except through Him. John 14:6 I also ask that you would keep Your people who are called by Your name from deceiving spirits, that would lead us from the straight and narrow path in which you have called us. Amen!
Mormon is the nickname for 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.' Sounds pretty Christian to me. They believe that Jesus is the only way back to the Father as well.
Just want to make sure the facts are shared before any criticizing occurs.
It was a great message regardless of the source. Happy Mother's Day all you great moms!
if you believe all of the things said in the video, why does it matter who said it?
"Come unto Christ: 2014 Theme Song"
Believers of Christ should all stand together, no matter what the differences are in each religion that exists.
The mere fact of believing that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer should UNITE us. If things keep going the way they are in the world, Believers will be outnumbered some day.
Please enlighten us as to what part of their organization is a "masquerade".
Jesus is the Christ and the ONLY way for peace in this world and in the world to come. He is my Savior and Redeemer . . . and He would never say the things you say about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You are not Christian when you say such odious things about my faith. Shame on you! Perhaps you are just a minister that hates it when teenage missionaries convert your congregation/paycheck. And yes, the Bible does teach against paid ministry.
The only way I can judge Mormonism is by those I've met of that faith. For example. I went to Restoring Courage in Israel. The El Al flight was coach, far left side, 3 seats. You've never been in a cattle car until you've flown coach El Al. I have only a partial bladder. Of course I got the window seat. The couple next to me were Mormons. I'm 5'7 and could not move my legs. The man who was maybe 6'1 gave me his aisle seat, for a 13 hour flight! Not only that but I was alone, this couple ended up on my bus. Every day they watched out for me, checked to make sure I had gotten back on the bus, helped me when I was exhausted, etc. A greater example of Christian charity would be hard to find.
You'd think a Beck trip would be all cons, or all Mormons. Not so! The back 4 rows of our bus had an atheist couple, a Catholic couple, the Mormon couple and 2 extremely progressive liberals!
I think I will leave the judging up to God. I'm interested in what is in people's heart. If it is kindness and a willingness to accept other ideas without condemnation that is in their heart, then we can find a way to get along. God will know what's what and who is who when we stand before Him.
I am a believer in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Brethren in the faith, you do well to let your light shine in return for the darkness that so many misinformed people cast at us. "Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do." Brothers and sisters, do not be discouraged at the ignorance and bigotry of the world, because when they lie about us, and revile us, you know that you are spoken of as was Christ. "Do not return railing for railing," but "pray for them which persecute you."
"7 Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. 8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love...13 Hereby know we that we dwell in him, and he in us, because he hath given us of his Spirit. 14 And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world."
May we not let our selves get in the way of the Light which Christ would shine through us. Let us be clean and pure vessels to carry that Light, so that when we are persecuted, others who are not blinded may see the good that we bear testimony of, and thereby come to their own testimony of the fulness of the Gospel.
In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen.
April 29, 2014 at 8:34am
I have counseled abortion bound mother’s for years, and can attest to the Blaze readers that Josie is not an aberration, but rather the norm.
Millions of women have murdered their children in this nation under the banner of choice, mostly for selfish reasons. Think not? Then why are their excuses for taking the life of their child always preceded by “me”, “mine”, “I”, etc.
Sad to say, but children are like disposable razors in this nation.
April 23, 2014 at 6:05pm
What this nation needs to understand is that Kermit Gosnell is not an aberration. There are many more abortionists who perform the same late term grisly “procedures”; thousands of times a year. Many are killed in the womb by plunging digoxin into their little beating hearts, then expelled a day or two later. Sometimes they are born alive, then are killed outside of the womb, or left to die. It really doesn’t matter the method, or the gestational age of the child, it’s all murder.
If we the people refuse to purge this scourge of child sacrifice from our nation, one day the Lord will purge us from the land with bloodshed.
April 20, 2014 at 8:07pm
The Queen of Heaven is also known in Catholic circles as “Mary”.
April 20, 2014 at 8:05pm
Amen! But the sad part, most of professing christendom prefer their traditions over the Word of God.
Idolatry is alive and well in 2014!
April 20, 2014 at 3:07pm
Try any search engine of your choice. Or you can also research the old fashioned way, and go to your local library.
April 20, 2014 at 12:46pm
I’m a little disappointed that The Blaze didn’t dig a little deeper on the origins of Easter.
I am a Christian who believes in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ; but I do not acknowledge Easter. Easter can vary by three weeks. It always falls on the following Sunday after the vernal equinox ( equal day and night). However, Christ died on Passover. These are two separate events. ( Read the Exodus account of the first Passover, and one of the gospel accounts of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, and be amazed at the similarities)
I would encourage those who name the name of Christ, to go to their search engine and type in “Origins of Easter”.
The important belief for Christians is that of the resurrection which is the corner stone of Christian belief.
at a pagan shrine.
God's warning against worshiping Molech the Canaanite fire god, is given in a religious context. Believing Jews and non-Jews living in the land of Israel were prohibited from pagan sexual worship of the Canaanite fertility goddess because God viewed such pagan worship as abomination.
God intended to prevent His people from practicing the shrine prostitution of the Canaanites, which He warned against in Leviticus 18:3 and 20:23.
The word translated Mo-lech or Moloch (the spelling varies), occurs eight times in the Bible, in Leviticus 18:21, 20:2, 3, 4, 5, 1 Kings 11:7, 2 Kings 23:10, Jeremiah 32:35.
God placed the Holiness Code prohibitions of Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13 in the context of worshiping false gods, 18:3, 21 and 20:2-5, 23. For many centuries before Israel entered the land of Palestine, ancient Canaanite fertility cults used same sex rituals to worship their false gods.
God prohibited Israel from adopting the cultic sexual fertility goddess worship of Egypt and Canaan, Lev 18:3, 20:23. The issue with God was not committed, faithful, non-cultic sexual relationships between two men or two women. The issue with God was shrine prostitution and pagan worship.
April 10, 2014 at 7:27pm
Praise God this wicked woman has resigned!
She supported the late term child killer George Tiller.
She supported and did the bidding for a late term abortion president.